Bob Schultz is in his fourth season on the Tulsa coaching staff as wide receivers and special teams coordinator.
He tutored second-team all-Western Athletic Conference receiver Romby Bryant in 2003, while kick returner Ashlan Davis earned All-America honors in 2004 and was an all-conference return specialist in both 2004 and 2005.
A year ago, Tulsa's offense was ranked 23rd nationally in scoring offense and 41st in pass offense.
Before coming to Tulsa, Schultz spent three seasons as offensive coordinator at Tarleton State, helping the Texans capture two straight Lone Star Conference division titles. He also doubled as quarterback coach in 2002, and before that served as offensive line coach for two years.
During his tenure at Tarleton State, his teams set school offensive records for total yards, first downs, points scored and pass completions.
Under his direction, the Tarleton State offense averaged 395 yards and 36.5 points per game in 2002. In 2001, Tarleton State's offense tallied at least 400 yards in 10 games, while averaging 417.8 yards per game and nearly 37 points. Under his tutelage, the Texans offense led the Lone Star Conference with 401.5 yards per game in the 2000 season.
Previously, Schultz was the passing game coordinator and receivers coach at Stephen F. Austin in 1999. Before that, he was the offensive coordinator at Tyler Junior College from 1997 to 1998 and 1991 to 1994, helping the Apaches make three bowl game appearances.
Between his two stints at Tyler JC, Schultz served as receivers and tight ends coach at North Texas for four years (1994-97), helping the Mean Green win the 1994 Southland Conference title.
Schultz, 50 (6-22-56), received his bachelor's degree in physical education and history from the University of Texas in 1980, and his master's degree from Southwest Texas State in 1985. He served as a graduate assistant coach at Southwest Texas State while completing his master's degree.
Alma Mater: Texas `80
Bowl Games as a Coach
2005 AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Tulsa)
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