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Jaime Hill

Jaime Hill
Sport(s) Football
Current position
Title Defensive Coordinator
Team BYU
Playing career
1984-1985 San Francisco State University

Jaime Hill (pronounced High-may) was the defensive coordinator for the BYU Cougars football team in Provo, Utah. He holds bachelor's degree from San Francisco State University. Following a 1-4 start to the 2010 season, BYU fired Jaime on October 2, 2010[1]

Early Coaching Career

Prior To BYU: 2004-05 Ottawa Renegades (CFL) co-defensive coordinator; 2003 Calgary Stampeders secondary coach; 2002 Humboldt State University defensive coordinator; 2001 (XFL) San Francisco Demons defensive coordinator; 1997-98 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) defensive assistant and secondary 1993-96 Portland State University defensive coordinator; 1992 University of Chicago defensive coordinator; 1990-91 Sonoma State secondary coach; 1989 Northern Arizona receivers and tight ends; 1988 UTEP graduate assistant; 1987 San Francisco State student assistant wide receivers.[2]


External links

  • BYU bio
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