James Duncan begins his 17th year with Texas A&M athletics and his tenth as video coordinator for the football coaching staff. Duncan came to A&M from Arizona State where he was a video assistant, and served as an assistant in video operations with the Aggies for seven years before being named the video coordinator.
At Texas A&M, he assists the football coaching staff with game tape breakdown, opponent scouting, Aggie practice videoing, and the development of motivational music videos.
He supervises two full-time assistants and a student staff. The group works closely with the Aggie football staff in developing the team's game plan utilizing state-of-the-art technology from XOS Digital. This technology allows the coaches to view any play or sequence at the click of a button.
Duncan led A&M's efforts in purchasing the first of its kind XOS Facility Integrated system for the Bright Football Complex. Schools and professional teams from around the country have used A&M's XOS model in their own facility designs.
Duncan serves as treasurer of the Collegiate Sports Video Association, and was the 2011-2011 CSVA Big 12 Video Coordinator of the Year.
Duncan also assists other A&M athletic programs with game and match filming as well as providing insight into the latest Audio/Video Technology.
A 1996 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Arizona State with a bachelor's degree in broadcasting, he is the son of David and Elizabeth Duncan of Olympia, Wash.
|Alma Mater:||Arizona State '96|