|Title:||Tight Ends/Co-Special Teams Coordinator/Academic Liaison|
Marty Spieler begins his fourth season coaching the tight ends and serving as special teams coordinator. in his first season he coached punt returner Terrell Jackson to an All-MAC First Team selection. Jackson went on to earned All-MAC honorable mention honors in 2011.
Tight ends have continued to blossom under Spieler. Jimmy Gordon had 17 receptions in 2012, the most by a UB tight end since 2009.
Prior to coming to Buffalo, Spieler spent three seasons as an assistant at Cincinnati. He worked under coach Quinn handling extensive duties with practice and game plans and spent the spring of 2008 as the tight ends coach.
Prior to Cincinnati, Spieler spent one season as the offensive tackles and tight ends coach at Allegheny College - his alma mater. He also served as a graduate assistant at Georgia Southern.
He enjoys golf and lists earning his masters degree as the proudest moment of his personal life. The statement he feels reflects his life is “to become a success, fight one more round.” He feels that UB offers “the opportunity to promote an atmosphere that our plays will succeed academically, athletically and socially.”
Marty and his wife, Angela, have a son, Bryce and a daughter, Riley.