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David Nichol
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: March 06, 2007
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Offensive Graduate Assistant

First year at Arizona * Eighth year in Coaching

Nichol enters his first year on Mike Stoop's staff, and will serve as a graduate assistant helping offensive coaches.

He spent the 2006 season working with inside receivers at Baylor, and before that worked three seasons (2003-05) helping with the offensive line at Texas Tech.

He was a collegiate receiver at Tech from 1996 to 1999 and worked as a student assistant on the Red Raiders staff, assisting with quarterbacks and receivers, after earning his degree in exercise and sport sciences. He later earned a master's from TTU in May 2002 in interdisciplinary studies.

He spent the 2002 season as the passing game coordinator at Cisco, Texas, Junior College, working with quarterbacks and receivers in an offense that topped its league in passing and was second in total offense. Cisco also set a single-game league record for completions and boasted

Nichol is a graduate of Jesuit High School in Dallas. He was born Oct. 5, 1976 in Chicago, Ill.

The Nichol File

Date of birth:         Oct. 5, 1976, Chicago, Ill.

College:                 Texas Tech ?'99

Master’s degree:   Texas Tech ?'02

High School:          Jesuit High School, Dallas, Texas


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