Miami University head football coach Chuck Martin has named Mitchell White as the new cornerbacks coach, with Robert Blanton shifting to coach safeties and Bill Brechin mentoring the linebackers. White joins the staff after a season as Utah State's defensive passing game coordinator and cornerbacks coach, where the team allowed 219.6 yards passing per game and had two defensive backs earn all-conference honors. His coaching experience also includes stints at Stephen F. Austin, Notre Dame College, University of Mary, University of Findlay, and the Montreal Alouettes. White, who was a four-year letterwinner at Michigan State and had a six-year professional football career, will now take on the responsibility of coaching the cornerbacks at Miami University.

By the Numbers
  • Utah State allowed 219.6 yards passing per game under White's coaching.
  • White has coaching experience at various institutions including Stephen F. Austin, Notre Dame College, University of Mary, University of Findlay, and the Montreal Alouettes.
  • White was a four-year letterwinner at Michigan State and had a six-year professional football career.
Bottom Line

Mitchell White has been appointed as the new cornerbacks coach at Miami University, bringing a wealth of coaching and professional football experience to the role.