Inside the 2009 Football Coaching Staff

MANHATTAN, Kan. Be the first to take an inside look at the 2009 Kansas State football coaching staff as k-statesports.com begins an in-depth look at each member of head coach Bill Snyder's staff.

Each day, a new staff member will be profiled with in-depth video interviews and features, along with a biographical sketch, beginning with defensive ends coach JOE BOB CLEMENTS.

Clements, a 1999 Kansas State graduate who had previously served on Snyder’s Wildcat coaching staff, spent the 2008 season at Kansas, where he coached the Jayhawks’ defensive line and tutored All-Big 12 selections Caleb Blakesley and Jake Laptad.

Prior to his stint in Lawrence, Clements was an assistant coach (defensive line) at San Diego State in 2006 and 2007, which included a role as the Aztec’s recruiting coordinator in 2007.

But, Clements will now return to his alma mater where he was a part of 10 bowl games as both a player and coach and served a total of seven seasons on Snyder’s staff, the final three as an assistant coach in charge of the defensive ends from 2003-05. He also served as the Wildcats’ recruiting coordinator in 2004 and 2005.


To view Clements' full bio, click here.