The 2017 season will be the fourth year for Grant Duff with Weber State football and his first as an assistant coach. Duff was named an assistant coach for the Wildcats in February 2017 after working the previous three seasons as Director of Football Operations. Duff will coach the outside linebackers at Weber State.
He joined the WSU program in July 2014 as the Director of Football Operations where he assisted in all ares of the program, including travel, budget, scheduling and organization.
In 2016, Duff was part of the WSU program that finished with a 7-5 record, a third-place finish in the Big Sky Conference and advanced to the FCS Playoffs for the first time in seven years.
Prior to coming to Weber State, Duff spent five years with the football program at the University of Utah where he worked closely with coach Jay Hill. Duff joined the Ute program in 2008 and spent three seasons as an administrative assistant for the defense and special teams. He spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as an on-field graduate assistant coach where he worked with the stud linebackers and coached the offensive scout teams.
During his time at Utah, he worked behind the scenes for four Ute bowl teams, including the 2009 Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama. He was also involved in the 2009 Poinsettia Bowl, the 2010 Las Vegas Bowl and the 2011 Sun Bowl.
Duff is a native of Blackfoot, Idaho, and graduated from BYU-Idaho in 2009 with a degree in agriculture. He earned his Master’s degree in Health Promotion and Education from the University of Utah in 2013.
He and his wife Lyndi have three children: Abby, Colette and Magnus.