• The 2011 American Football Coaches Association FCS Assistant Coach of the Year, Jason McEndoo spent 12 seasons as an assistant coach at Montana State prior to coming to Oklahoma State in February of 2015. • At Oklahoma State, McEndoo coaches the Cowboy Backs - a flexible tight end/fullback hybrid position that is utilized in a number of ways within the construct of the offense. • Oklahoma State has won 10 games in three of McEndoo’s five seasons in Stillwater. • Academic success has been a hallmark of McEndoo’s Cowboy Backs, as he’s coached 17 Academic All-Big 12 selections in his five seasons in Stillwater. In 2017, McEndoo coached Britton Abbott to a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-America team. • Thanks in part to work done by McEndoo’s Cowboy Backs, Oklahoma State has increased its yearly rushing total in each of the past five seasons. In 2015, the Cowboys averaged 3.58 yards per rush and 126.85 yards per game. That improved to 4.53 yards per rush and 171.00 yards per game in 2016 and then to 4.63 yards per rush and 179.77 yards per game in 2017. OSU averaged 4.78 yards per rush and 190.31 yards per game in 2018, then in 2019 averaged 5.31 yards per rush and 229.6 yards per game.
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