Horned Frog Coaching Staff

Jarrett Anderson
Wide Receivers

After serving as a graduate assistant coach for the last three seasons, Jarrett Anderson has been elevated to a full-time position with the Horned Frogs. Anderson will coach the TCU wide receivers.

In his three seasons at TCU, Anderson has assisted with the offensive line. A two-year letterman at New Mexico, Anderson joined the TCU staff in August 1998. He spent the previous season as an assistant coach at Tyler Junior College, working with the running backs and receivers.

After completing his eligibility at New Mexico, Anderson spent one season as a graduate assistant for the Lobos. Then, Anderson entered private business for two years. Anderson lettered at New Mexico in the 1992 and 1993 seasons. Prior to New Mexico, Anderson spent two years at Tyler Junior College.

He attended Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler, where he lettered and earned all-district 13-5A honors in both football and baseball. He also received all-East Texas honors in both sports. Anderson graduated from New Mexico in 1993 with a bachelors degree in business and he is currently pursuing a masters degree in TCUs MLA program.

The 30-year-old Anderson is married to the former Lisa Watson of Marshall, Texas.

David Bailiff
Defensive Line

One of the top recruiters in the state of Texas, David Bailiff will coach the defensive line at TCU. A former standout player at Southwest Texas, Bailiff served as the assistant head coach/defensive coordinator for the Bobcats. In addition, he coached the defensive line. In 1999, Bailiff was selected by the American Football Coaches Association as the NCAA I-AA Assistant Coach of the Year.

A two-term assistant coach at at Southwest Texas, Bailiff coached for the Bobcats from 1989-91, working with the late John OHara for one year and with Dennis Franchione for two years. Bailiff left SWT in 1992 for an assistant coaching position at New Mexico, where he handled the defensive line and recruiting. He then returned to SWT in 1997 to take over as the defensive coordinator. He added assistant head coaching duties to his role in 1999.

Bailiff earned four letters on the offensive line for SWT from 1977-80. As a player, Bailiff was named All-Lone Star Conference as well as honorable mention All-America. A 1981 graduate of Southwest Texas, Bailiff was named honorable mention to the Lone Star Conference Team of the Decade. In 1996, Bailiff was inducted into the Southwest Texas Hall of Honor. Bailiff and his wife, Angie, have twin sons, Grayson and Gregory, and a daughter Brooke.

Willie Mack Garza

One of the younger members of the Horned Frogs new coaching staff is Willie Mack Garza. A former standout at Texas, Garza spent the previous four seasons as the defensive backs coach at Western Michigan under Gary Darnell. He went to WMU from the University of Texas, where he both played and coached for Darnell.

Western Michigan ended the 2000 season with a 9-3 record, dropping the Mid-American Conference Championship game to Marshall. The Broncos finished in the top-20 nationally in all four defensive categories, including fourth in scoring defense (11.5 points), ninth in total defense (283.2) and 13th in pass defense (178.0). WMU held opponents to less than 100 yards passing on four occassions.

Garza, 31, spent the 1994-96 seasons as a graduate assistant in Austin where he worked with the UT cornerbacks and special teams. Before that, he was a four-year starter for the Longhorns as a cornerback and free safety. He was the Southwest Conference Newcomer of the Year in 1988 and an All-SWC selection.

Garza received a bachelor's degree in social work (1993) and is currently pursuing a master's in the same field at Texas. A native of Refugio, Texas, (DOB: 11-16-69), Willie was a prep All-American running back and three-year all-state pick as a running and defensive back. He was recently chosen for induction into the Texas High School Hall of Fame.

Mike Schultz
Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs

Since arriving in Fort Worth in January 1998, Mike Schultz has guided the TCU running backs to record-setting levels. In addition to coaching the TCU running backs, Schultz will now serve as the offensive coordinator.

The TCU running game has consistently proven to among the best in the nation, ranking among the national leaders in each of the last three years. Led by All-American LaDainian Tomlinson, the 2000 Frogs rushed for a 275.6 yards per contest, ending the year fourth in the nation in rushing yards per game. Tomlinson, a finalist for the Heisman Trophy and winner of the Doak Walker National Running Back award, led the nation in rushing with a school-record 2,158 yards. In 1999, Tomlinson led the NCAA in rushing with 1,850 yards.

A native of Houston, Texas, Schultz had served the previous six seasons at New Mexico, the first four as the secondary coach and the final two as the Lobos assistant head coach and running backs coach. Recruiting extensively in East Texas, the greater Houston area, and the Texas junior colleges, Schultz has proven to be one of the top recruiters in Texas.

Under Schultzs guidance at New Mexico, four different Lobos earned all-conference honors during his six campaigns there. UNM cornerback Eric Jack and free safety Ray Wilson were named all-league in 1993, while cornerback Art Celestine was a second-team pick in 1994. In 1995, Lennox Gordon nabbed first-team All-WAC honors.

His coaching career began at his alma mater, Sam Houston State, in 1979. Schultz then assisted at Texas-El Paso (1981) and Kansas State (1982). Schultzs next stop was with the Fred Akers staff at Texas for one season (1985), then he spent four years (1986-89) at Round Rock (TX) Westwood High School as an assistant before reuniting with joining Dennis Franchione at Southwest Texas State for the 1990-91 seasons.

The 43-year-old Schultz earned two letters for Sam Houston State as a quarterback and wide receiver, following a one-year stop at Tyler Junior College. Schultz received his bachelors degree from Sam Houston State in 1979. A member of the American Football Coaches Association, Schultz and his wife, Cindy, have three daughters - Taylor, Kendall, and Jordan.

Dan Sharp
Tight Ends/Special Teams

One of the more popular Horned Frog products, Dan Sharp is in his second stint on the TCU coaching staff. Sharp, who will coach the tight ends and coordinate the TCU special teams, coached seven seasons at TCU before joining the staff at Tulsa in 1998.

Before spending three seasons (1998-2000) at Tulsa, Sharp coached at TCU (1991-97) under both Jim Wacker and Pat Sullivan. He coached tight ends for five years and defensive ends for two seasons. Before joining the TCU staff on a full-time basis, Sharp served as a Horned Frog graduate assistant under Wacker.

Sharp was a prime force on TCUs 1984 team that finished the regular-season with an 8-3 mark and a trip to the Bluebonnet Bowl. In addition to providing some outstanding blocking for TCUs vaunted running attack, Sharp caught 42 passes for 596 yards and seven touchdowns that season, gaining all-Southwest Conference recognition at tight end.

Following his career at Frogland, Sharp spent the next two seasons in professional football with the Atlanta Falcons before returning to his alma mater in 1988. He received his B.S. degree in secondary education from TCU in 1985, and his masters in liberal arts in 1992. Sharp and his wife Cindy, have two children: Alexandra and Andrea.

Eddie Williamson
Offensive Line

A 25-year veteran of the college coaching ranks, Eddie Williamson comes to TCU from Wake Forest University, where he served as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. Williamson will coach the offensive line at TCU.

Williamson joined the WFU staff in January of 2000, after previously serving as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Texas Southern University. Prior to his tenure at Texas Southern, Williamson served as an assistant coach at several different universities, including Baylor (in both 1998 and 1983), North Carolina (1993-97), Wake Forest (1991-92), South Carolina (1989-90), Georgia (1984), Duke (1978-82) and Furman (1974-75, 77).

Williamson also has experience as a head coach on the collegiate level. He served as the head coach at Virginia Military Institute from 1985-88. In all, Williamson has been a part of nine bowl teams during his career, including the Demon Deacons' 1992 Independence Bowl squad. While previously at Wake Forest, Williamson helped develop a young offensive line into a solid, dependable unit, which was a key to the team's success during that bowl season.

Williamson's college coaching career began soon after graduating from Davidson College in 1974. He served as a graduate assistant coach at Furman in 1975 before spending one year as an academic counselor to the football team at North Carolina, also under Dooley.

A native of Pendleton, S.C., Williamson played three seasons of football at Davidson (1971-73). He was a standout linebacker for the Wildcats and served as team captain as a senior. Williamson is married to the former Patricia Ogle of High Point (N.C.). The Williamsons have three children - Eddie III, Carrie Beth and Tricia.

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