Bryan Stinespring (Photo graphic courtesy of Delaware Athletics)
Bryan Stinespring is a familiar face for high school coaches and athletes in Virginia
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
Bryan Stinespring is back in the CAA.
After a one-year stop at Old Dominion, the coach has moved on to an assistant coaching position under head coach Danny Rocco at the University of Delaware.
Stinespring has deep roots in Virginia, and we have no doubt he’ll be recruiting the Commonwealth once again.
“I’ve known Bryan since my time at the University of Virginia. Bryan is a highly respected and experienced coach and recruiter. We’re excited to welcome him to our staff,” Rocco said in a press release by University of Delaware Athletics.
“I’m extremely excited to be a part of a highly respected University, an outstanding football program and a tremendous staff,” Stinespring said in the release. “I have great respect for all those involved in building this program and look forward to working along side such an accomplished group of people.”
The coach’s legacy includes 26 years at Virginia Tech under legendary head coach Frank Beamer. He took a position at his alma mater, James Madison, for the 2016 National Championship season and coached there for the 2016 and 2017 seasons. In that time he was Offensive Line Coach, Tight Ends Coach and Running Game Coordinator.
Stinespring coached at the University of Maryland in 2018 and spent last season at Old Dominion under Bobby Wilder.
Delaware finished 5-7 in 2019, and the Blue Hens limped to the finish line last season, losing four of their final five games.
Stinespring joins the staff as Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Line Coach.
– Andy Hilton