Scribner Hired To UAM Football Staff

Courtesy of
Brian Ramsey

tv_sports 10dbMONTICELLO — Cody Scribner has been hired as the new linebackers coach, special teams assistant and academic coordinator for the University of Arkansas at Monticello football team.

   Scribner comes to UAM after earning his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Mo. During his time in Warrensburg he played linebacker for the Mules from 2006-2010 and then continued as a defensive graduate assistant from 2011-2012.

   “We are really excited about hiring Cody to our staff,” said UAM Head Football Coach Hud Jackson. “He will bring great energy and knowledge to our program.”

   Scribner was a four-year letterman during his career at UCM, earning honorable mention all-MIAA linebacker as a senior and was named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll in all four seasons. As a senior captain for the Mules, he was a part of the winningest team in school history finishing 11-3 and advancing to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II playoffs.

   As a graduate assistant in 2011, Scribner was a part of the first back-to-back playoff teams in school history by completing the regular season with an 8-3 record and accepting a bid to play in the Kanza Bowl. In 2012, Scribner helped coach honorable mention all-MIAA linebacker Joe Carter on a team that finished 6-4.

   An Overland Park, Kan. native, Scribner attended Blue Valley High School where he was a three-year letterman on the football and wrestling teams. As a senior, Scribner was named to the all-state football team and placed fourth at the state wrestling tournament. During his football career at BVHS, he started for the 5A state champion football team as a sophomore and the 5A state runner-up team as a senior.

   Scribner earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science in December 2010 and his master’s degree in sports administration in December 2012.


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