Jason Munoz returns as the offensive coordinator for the 2020 season. Munoz guided the 2019 offense which averaged nearly 500 yards per game over the final 6 games of the season.
Munoz boasts more than 20 years of play-calling experience at the college and high school level. He has tutored and developed many college and NFL players, including the 2004 Harlon Hill Trophy winner (NCAA Division 2’s equivalent to the Heisman Trophy) Chad Friehauf and 2015 Oklahoma Player of the year Micah Wilson.
Munoz, arrives in Bartlesville after serving the last 7 seasons at Lincoln Christian School in Tulsa. During his 7 seasons at Lincoln Christian, Munoz oversaw a balanced pro-style offense that produced some of the most impressive seasons in Lincoln Christian school history and led the state of Oklahoma in many categories. In 2015 Munoz’s team finished as Oklahoma class 3A state runner-up. Munoz’s offense led the state of Oklahoma in scoring at 52 per game as he tutored OK Prep Player of the Year Micah Wilson, currently playing QB at Missouri. Wilson threw for over 3700 yards with a 71% completion rate while tossing 56 touchdowns to only 2 interceptions. The Bulldogs made the playoffs in each of Munoz’s 7 seasons with 5 quarterfinal appearances to go along with the state runner up.
Before coaching in high school, Munoz was the offensive coordinator at Tarleton State University where he coached quarterback Scott Grantham. Grantham ended his TSU career throwing for 8,031 yards, second most in school history. His offense also produced the school’s first 1000-yard rusher in many years. Munoz, offense was 2nd in the Lone Star Conference that year and had 7 all conference players to go along with one All-American.
Munoz spent the 2007 season as the offensive coordinator for the Northeastern State University Riverhawks in Tahlequah, OK. His offense improved red zone scoring percentage by 40% over the previous year, up to 77% that season and produced 3 all conference players.
Prior to the 2007 season, Munoz spent 3 years as the offensive coordinator for Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. The 2004 CSM team took the D2 football world by storm producing the school’s first undefeated regular season and a deep playoff run that ended in the national semi-finals. Munoz’s offense was one of the most efficient in the country, which lead to his quarterback being named Division 2 National player of the year. QB Chad Friehauf threw for 4,646 yards, 39 touchdowns, and ran for 15 more touchdowns. Chad also set the division 2 record for completion percentage in a season at 74.4% and school record for most consecutive passes thrown without an interception at 180. Munoz team finished the year with a 12-1 overall record.
During the spring of 2004, legendary football coach Tommy Kaiser brought Munoz to Buffalo, NY to work for the Buffalo Bills. Munoz served as an offensive/special teams intern with the Bills where he worked with quarterback Drew Bledsoe, running backs Willis McGahee and Travis Henry.
After working as a student assistant/offensive G.A. at Oklahoma State University under former National Champion Coach Les Miles, Munoz landed his first offensive coordinator position at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA. While at Cal Lutheran, Munoz offense set school records in points scored in a game, passing yards in a game, individual passing yards in a season, individual rushing yards in a single game and individual receptions in a game.
Munoz, 42, spent 3 seasons playing wide receiver and returner at Benedictine College in Atchison Kansas before transferring to Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK where he received his bachelor’s degree.
Season……… Playoff Round (School)
2017………….. Oklahoma State 3A Quarterfinalist (Lincoln Christian)
2016………….. Oklahoma State 3A Quarterfinalist (Lincoln Christian)
2015………….. Oklahoma State 3A Runner-up (Lincoln Christian)
2014………….. Oklahoma State 3A Quarterfinalist (Lincoln Christian)
2013………….. Oklahoma State 3A Quarterfinalist (Lincoln Christian)
2012………….. Oklahoma State 3A Playoffs (Lincoln Christian)
2011………….. Oklahoma State 3A Quarterfinalist (Lincoln Christian)
2004………….. NCAA Division II National Semi-finals (Colorado School of Mines)
2001………….. NCAA Division III National Playoffs (California Lutheran University)
1997………….. Alamo Bowl (Oklahoma State University)
THE MUNOZ PERSONAL FILE
Birthdate: June 8, 1975
Birthplace: Stillwater, Oklahoma
Hometown: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Family: Wife Andra and sons Max, Brooks, twins Tripp & Champ