Kevin Morris - PSO Pass Options off Running Back Screenby Lauren's First and Goal
Coach Kevin Morris talks about the power of the screen game and the pass options off of it.
A 30-year veteran college football coach, Morris begins his second season as Offensive Coordinator/Clarence S. Rockwell, VMD Quarterbacks Coach at Penn in 2020. During his first season at the helm of the offense he saw the team rank 36th in the nation in passing offense (249.0 ypg) and he helped the Quaker score over 24 points per game. Three players on his offense garnered All-Ivy accolades. Morris comes to University City following a five-year stint as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Monmouth University from 2014-18. Prior to that, he served as offensive coordinator at Yale from 2012-13 and was head coach at Massachusetts from 2009-11. A 1986 graduate of Williams College where he played quarterback and was also a pitcher on the baseball team, Morris began his coaching career at the University at Albany from 1986-87. During the 1986 season, he was on staff alongside both Priore who was then serving as defensive backs coach and current Penn wide receivers coach Rick Ulrich who was a graduate assistant coach. In 1987, Morris was joined on the Great Danes’ staff by Bob Benson, Penn’s current Associate Head Coach and defensive coordinator.