Jeff Quinn (born September 26, 1962) is an American football coach. He is an assistant coach at the University of Notre Dame. Quinn served as the head football coach at the University at Buffalo from 2010 to 2014. He was the 24th head coach in University at Buffalo football history. He replaced Turner Gill who left for Kansas following the 2009 season. Quinn served as interim head coach at Central Michigan University in 2006 and at the University of Cincinnati in 2009, following the resignation of Brian Kelly in both instances.
Brian Kelly met with the media on Monday. He talked about his relationship and trust in Jeff Quinn and evaluated what it will take for the offensive line to improve. Short answer: every player on offense needs to pitch in and be assignment correct.
Check out this video at the top of Notre Dame offensive line coach Jeff Quinn, who is mic'd up during a recent Fighting Irish football practice. Hometown: Woodridge, Ill. College: Elmhurst College (B.A., Physical Education, 1984) / DePauw (M.A., Physical Education, 1986) Wife: Shannon. Children: Kyle and Ryan. Playing Career.
With the class of 2021 officially in the books for every program in the nation, Rivals released their yearly list of the top recruiters in the country. One Notre Dame assistant found himself on the list – offensive line coach Jeff Quinn. A couple of years ago, Quinn was one of the most maligned coaches on the Notre Dame football staff. A lot has changed for Quinn in the last couple of years, however.