The University of Sioux Falls (S.D.) football program received 17 first place votes and are ranked #1 in the 2009 NAIA Football Top 25 Preseason Coaches’ Poll. Head Coach Kalen DeBoer (2008 Schutt Coach of the Year) and Defensive Coordinator Chuck Morrell (2008 College Fanz Assistant Coach of the Year) look to repeat their 2008 season (14-0) with another NAIA championship.
Morningside College (IA) is ranked #5 in the Preseason Poll as they finished the 2008 season with a 10-2 record under head coach Steve Ryan. Ryan’s squad ranked #1 in the nation in Scoring Offense (48.6 points per game) and Passing Efficiency (185.2) in 2008. Ryan’s no huddle offense allows you to put points on the board and control the speed of the game.
We have recently released three new football DVDs featuring Steve Ryan! Ryan’s high-powered offensive system ranked #1 in Scoring Offense (48.6 points per game) and #1 in Passing Efficiency (185.2) in 2008! Learn Ryan’s system today to create a threat of your own!
Steve Ryan, Head Football Coach at Morningside College, has a 56-24 career record for a .700 winning percentage in seven seasons. Ryan has led the Mustangs to five consecutive NAIA National Playoff appearances (2004-2008) and is ranked #5 in the 2009 NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Spring Poll. Ryan was named the 2005 AFCA Division II Region 4 Coach of the Year, 2004 & 2005 Great Plains Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, and 2004 NAIA Football.net National Coach of the Year.