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Randy Clements
Randy  Clements

Hometown:
Wichita Falls, Texas

Position:
Run Game Coordinator/OL

Alma Mater:
Stephen F. Austin, 1989


RANDY CLEMENTS
Hometown Wichita Falls, Texas
College Stephen F. Austin, 1989
Family wife, Polly
children, Jordan & Jayson
PLAYING EXPERIENCE
Level School, Position
College Stephen F. Austin (1988), Offensive Line
College Tyler Junior College (1984-85), Center
COACHING EXPERIENCE
Year School, Position
2018 - Houston, Run Game Coordinator/OL
2017 Southeastern University, OL
2012-16 Baylor, Run game coordinator/OL
2008-11 Baylor, Co-offensive coordinator/OL
2003-07 Houston, OL
2000-02 Stephenville HS, Offensive Coordinator
1991-02 Stephenville HS, head powerlifting coach
1990-99 Stephenville HS, OL
1986-87 Stephen F. Austin, OL
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE
Year Bowl, School
2016 Cactus Bowl, Baylor
2015 Russell Athletic Bowl, Baylor
2015 Cotton Bowl, Baylor
2014 Fiesta Bowl, Baylor
2012 Holiday Bowl, Baylor
2011 Alamo Bowl, Baylor
2010 Texas Bowl, Baylor
2006 Liberty Bowl, Houston
2005 Fort Worth Bowl, Houston
2003 Hawaii Bowl, Houston

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Coaching Accomplishments

• Randy Clements joined the Houston Football program as its run game coordinator and offensive line coach on Jan. 6, 2017 following a one-year stint as offensive line coach at Southeastern University.

• Spent the 2017 season at Southeastern University as offensive line coach after nine seasons at Baylor and five seasons at Houston.

• During his time in Waco, Clements tutored 12 future NFL linemen as he served as running game coordinator and co-offensive coordinator.

• Five of Clements’ linemen at Baylor were named All-Americans at Baylor in Spencer Drango (twice), Cyril Richardson (twice), Jason Smith, J.D. Walton and Danny Watkins.

• Under Clements’ leadership, Baylor linemen earned the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year honor in four straight seasons (2012-15) while paving the way for seven 1,000-yard rushers over six seasons.

• The Bears’ offensive line paved the way for the nation’s highest-performing offense in 2015 -- led FBS in both scoring (48.1 points per game) and total offense (616.2 yards per game) for the third consecutive season -- led by unanimous All-American and Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year Drango. Three other linemen, Jarell Broxton, Kyle Fuller and Blake Muir, earned All-Big 12 honors.

• Baylor’s 2015 rushing attack ranked second nationally (326.7 yards per game) and broke the NCAA bowl record with 645 rushing yards in the Russell Athletic Bowl. The Bears offensive line ranked first in the Big 12 with 1.15 average sacks allowed per game.

• Clements’ 2014 offensive line powered the nation’s top offense (nation’s-best 48.2 points per game and 581.5 yards per game) to a second straight Big 12 championship. The Baylor line paved the way for a rushing game that averaged 215.5 yards per game (second in Big 12) and ranked fourth in league with 1.85 average sacks allowed per game. Three linemen were named All-Big 12, led by Drango who earned consensus All-America recognition.

• En route to the 2013 Big 12 championship, Baylor’s offensive line powered the nation’s No. 1 offense in total yards (618.8 yards per game) and scoring (52.4 points per game), and a rushing attack (259.7 yards per game) that led the Big 12 and ranked 13th nationally. Richardson became just the seventh unanimous All-American in school history and was honored for the second straight year while two other linemen earned All-Big 12 honors.

• The 2012 Baylor offensive line boasted one All-American (Richardson), three other All-Big 12 honorees and a freshman All-American (Drango). The line blocked for the Big 12’s top rushing attack (231.7 yards per game) and the nation’s second-ranked offense (572.2 yards per game).

• Clements mentored three All-Big 12 linemen in 2011 as they helped clear the way for Baylor’s record-setting offense (101 school records) that ranked second nationally in total offense (587.1 yards per game), fourth in passing offense (351.5 yards per game), fourth in scoring offense (45.3 points per game) and 10th in rushing offense (235.6 yards per game).

• The 2010 offensive line comprised a unit that helped Baylor’s offense set or tie 55 school records in addition to ranking third in the Big 12 and 24th nationally in rushing (194.6 yards per game) and fourth in the conference in sacks allowed (1.54 per game).

• Prior to Baylor, Clements spent five seasons at Houston where the Houston offense ranked as one of the nation’s most prolific. In 2007, Houston ranked fourth nationally in total offense (513.2 yards per game), 10th in rushing offense (239.9 yards per game), 17th in scoring offense (36.3 points per game) and 27th in passing offense (273.3 yards per game).

• Clements also helped develop four-time Super Bowl Champion Sebastian Vollmer at Houston.

• In 2006, when the Cougars’ offense ranked sixth nationally and No. 1 in Conference USA en route to the C-USA regular-season title and a Liberty Bowl appearance, three of Clements’ Houston linemen earned all-conference honors.

• Clements and his wife, Polly, have two children, Jordan and Jayson.

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