Return of the Mesh -Dana Holgorsenby Texas High School Coaches Association
Today Mesh concepts are giving defenses fits.
To Coach Dana Hogorsen this is nothing new as he has been perfecting it since 1992 as a QB for Coach Hall Mumme. Lucky enough to coach under Air Raid innovators Hall Mumme and Mike Leach you will see why his passing offense last season ranked #4 in the Nation.
If you are ready to perfect the Mesh, this is a must-watch video.
Coach Dana Holgorsen is the Head Coach at the University of Houston.
Coach Holgorsen has been the architect of some of the nation’s most prolific offenses during his coaching career. Starting as the offensive coordinator at Texas Tech, then Houston and Oklahoma State. Last year Coach Holgorsen as a head coach led West Virginia to the #8 total offense in the Nation with 512.3 yards a game, his offensive units are known for their ability to move the ball, pile up yardage and score points.
During his 13 years overseeing offenses, he has had eight quarterbacks pass for more than 4,000 yards and nine throw for 30 touchdowns, six running backs run more than 1,000 yards and 20 receivers finished with 1,000 or more yards, including 11 with 90 or more receptions and 14 with double-figure touchdown receptions.
1993–1995 Valdosta State (QB/WR/ST)
1996–1998 Mississippi College (QB/WR/ST)
1999 Wingate (QB/WR)
2000–2004 Texas Tech (IWR)
2005–2006 Texas Tech (co-OC/IWR)
2007 Texas Tech (OC/IWR)
2008–2009 Houston (OC/QB)
2010 Oklahoma State (OC/QB)
2011–2018 West Virginia (HC)
2019–present Houston (HC)