Bryan Stinespring is in his first season as tight ends coach and run game coordinator at Old Dominion.
Stinespring spent the 2018 season as the offensive line coach at Maryland where the Terps finished third in the Big 10 and No. 17 in FBS in rushing yards per game.
He spent 26 seasons at Virginia Tech, serving a variety of positions including tight ends coach, offensive line, recruiting coordinator and as the offensive coordinator for 13 seasons. He helped Tech to top-20 rankings in rushing three times and top-20 in scoring three times.
In his time with Tech, the program won seven conference championships and advanced to 23 consecutive bowl games. The Hokies earned invitations to eight BCS bowl games, including the national championship game in the 1999 season.
Stinespring served as the recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach from 2012-15 after an 11-year stint as offensive coordinator from 2002-12. He was primarily the team’s tight ends coach for his final 10 seasons (2006-15) in Blacksburg. He was also the recruiting coordinator from 1994-2001.
Prior to his elevation to offensive coordinator, Stinespring was assistant head coach for one season (2001). He managed the offensive line for eight years (1998-2005) and handled tight ends for the first time for five seasons (1993-97). After serving as a graduate assistant for two years, Stinespring was hired into his first full-time role under Beamer as director of sports programs in 1992.
Stinespring spent two seasons (2016-17) at James Madison, leading the Dukes to a 28-2 record and back-to-back appearances in the FCS national title game, including a national championship in 2016. After working his first season as the tight ends coach, he transitioned to offensive line coach in 2017. He additionally served as the team's run-game coordinator. The Dukes ranked third nationally in first downs (325), ninth in completion percentage (64.9%), 15th in scoring offense (34.4), 22nd in pass efficiency (142.46 rating), 25th in rushing (194.3) and 30th in total offense (419.0) in 2017.
Stinespring graduated from James Madison in 1986 and was offensive lineman for the Dukes.