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Hunter Teafatiller (pronounced Tee-fuh-tiller) is entering his third season with the Utah State coaching staff, serving as an offensive administrative assistant for the second year in a row after being a defensive administrative assistant in 2010.
Teafatiller will assist the offensive coaches with daily football operations, primarily working with USU offensive coordinator Matt Wells and specifically working with the Aggie tight ends.
Prior to Utah State, Teafatiller was a volunteer assistant coach at his alma mater, Nebraska, in 2009, working with the tight ends and special teams.
Teafatiller played under current Utah State special teams coordinator Bill Busch at Nebraska, where Teafatiller was a four-year letterwinner from 2005-08, playing H-back. For his career, Teafatiller caught 12 passes for 139 yards (11.6 ypc) with four career touchdowns, which all came in his sophomore season.
A native of Kingsburg, Calif., Teafatiller played tight end and defensive end at San Joaquin Memorial High School. Teafatiller helped his team to the 2004 Valley championship. In the process, Teafatiller earned NYL Defensive Player of the Year honors, and was also a first-team NYL selection at tight end and defensive end.
Teafatiller earned his bachelor's degree in communication studies from Nebraska in 2009.