MARYVILLE -- Newly appointed Maryville College Head Football Coach Mike Rader has announced his recent football staff additions for the 2012 season. The new mentor retained offensive coordinator Shaun Hayes and looks to utilize his eight years of experience with Maryville to implement the Scots' offensive game plan. Scott Brumett, Teddy Gaines, and Philip Bailey will help develop the Scots' football program under Rader's direction.
Coach Mike Rader has selected Scott Brumett to direct the Fighting Scots' defensive effort in 2012. Brumett will serve as Maryville's defensive coordinator following extensive experience at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Brevard College.
Brumett was a three-year starter for East Tennessee State University as the Buccaneer's outside linebacker. He paced the squad in tackles in 2002 and was second on the team in total stops in 2003. As the ETSU program disbanded, Brumett took his talents to Chapel Hill, North Carolina and excelled as a senior tight end on the 2004 Tar Heel squad. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree requirements from North Carolina in 2005.
At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2007, Coach Brumett served as a defensive assistant coach while focusing on the development of the outside linebackers. He also assisted in the Moc's punt return game where his returners were ranked second in the Southern Conference in punt return average and 15th nationally.
From 2008-2011, Brumett led Brevard College's defense as the Tornado's defensive coordinator. He has developed 14 All-South Athletic Conference performers while his defense has ranked in the top three in total defense within the league in three of the past four seasons.
Coach Teddy Gaines will join Coach Mike Rader's staff in 2012 and serve as the Scots' Defensive Backs Coach. He will also serve the program as MC's special team's coordinator.
Gaines was a standout student-athlete at the University of Tennessee and excelled in the Vols secondary. A member of the 1998 National Championship Tennessee squad, Teddy was drafted in the 7th round of the 2002 NFL draft. He enjoyed stints with San Francisco and Chicago in the NFL while also gaining experience with the Rhein Fire in Germany and Montreal Allouettes in Canada.
He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in history at Tennessee in 2004 and began a career in education. Following experiences in Knoxville, Cleveland and Kingsport as an educator and coach, Coach Gaines became a defensive assistant at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He was a strong side linebacker coach for the Mocs in 2008.
From 2008-2011 he was the defensive back coach and special teams coordinator for Brevard College in North Carolina. His Tornado secondary hauled in 11 interceptions in 2011 pacing the South Atlantic Conference in total picks.
Coach Philip Bailey will don the orange and garnet for the first time in 2012 as Coach Rader's Offensive Line Coach. He will also serve the program as the Scots' football strength and conditioning coordinator.
Bailey graduated from Huntingdon College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Coaching Education. He served as the Hawks' team captain in 2008 and earned all-conference accolades that same season.
While attending Georgia Southern University to attain his Masters in Sport management, he served as a graduate assistant from 2009-2010. Coach Bailey gained valuable experience in managing day to day operations within a collegiate football program while organizing the development of both offensive and defensive lines. He has experience in coordinating all off-season workout programs and overseeing weight room facilities. As a defensive graduate assistant, the Eagles finished first in the Southern Conference in scoring defense, rushing defense, and red zone defense. He helped develop All-Americans Brent Russell and Laron Scott while helping Georgia Southern finish with a No.5 National ranking in the 2010 Division I FCS final poll.
Maryville will open their 2012 fall schedule with a road trip to take on Coach Rader's former team in Montgomery, Alabama. MC will challenge Huntingdon College on September 1st to open the season. They will host Emory and Henry and Sewanee in consecutive weekends to complete their non-conference opponents before beginning their USA South schedule on September 29th.
Source: Maryville College Athletics Department