Jeff Tedford

After graduating from Warren High School, Jeff attended Fresno State where he played football and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1983. He then went on to play professional football in the Canadian Football League for six seasons with Hamilton, Calgary, Saskatchewan, and Winnipeg.

Ensuing retirement as a player, Jeff has served as offensive coordinator at numerous universities and leagues. He is best known as the coach of the California Golden Bears, where he was twice named Pac-10 Coach of the Year and holds Cal records for most wins, games coached, and bowl game victories.

Jeff is currently the head coach of the Fresno State Bulldogs. He led Fresno State to a historic turnaround in 2017 as the Bulldogs became the second team in FBS history to produce a double-digit win season following a double-digit loss season. As Jeff’s first season came to a close national recognition soon followed. He was named the Mountain West Coach of the Year.