Randy Clements - UNT - LIVE DEMO - Offensive Line

by Texas High School Coaches Association
Randy Clements - UNT - LIVE DEMO - Offensive Line


Randy Clements (Offensive Line) - UNT

Lecture Title: Offensive Line Coach

Lecture delivered at the Texas High School Coaches Association 90th annual Coaching School and Convention - July 2022


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Randy Clements (Offensive Line) - UNT

Lecture Title: Offensive Line Coach

Randy Clements joined the UNT Football staff in February 2022. He serves as offensive line coach.

Clements comes to UNT following a long career as one of the top offensive line coaches in the country. From 2010-20, he was part of nine offenses that ranked among the top 13 in the country including three straight No. 1 ranked units from 2013-15 at Baylor.

Clements most recently served as run game coordinator/offensive line coach at Ole Miss in 2020. While in Oxford, the Rebels paced the SEC in total offense (555.5 ypg) and broke the conference record for total offense in conference play (562.4 ypg).

He was offensive line coach at Florida State in 2019 and completed a one-year, second stint at Houston in 2019. That season UH averaged 43.9 points per game, ranking fifth in the nation, and 512.3 yards of total offense, the seventh-highest total in FBS. He spent 2017 at NAIA Southeastern University leading the offensive line as the unit scored 55.1 ppg and averaged 557.4 ypg.

A native of Wichita Falls, Texas, he served as offensive line coach at Baylor from 2008-16, holding the co-offensive coordinator title from 2008-11 and serving as run game coordinator from 2012-16. He produced the Big 12's Offensive Lineman of the Year four straight seasons from 2012-15.

Clements went to Houston after 12 highly successful seasons at Stephenville (Texas) High School, where he served as offensive coordinator, offensive line coach and head power lifting coach. After earning All-Conference honors at Tyler Junior College, Clements transferred to Stephen F. Austin where he played on the Lumberjacks’ 1988 team which went 10-2 and reached the I-AA quarterfinals. He began his coaching career at SFA as a student assistant (1986-87) and then later received his bachelor’s degree in education from SFA in 1989.

He and his wife, Polly, have two children, Jordan, and Jayson.

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