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Jeff Love is a college football coach, and was most recently the quarterbacks coach at the University of Kansas. Prior to being promoted to assistant coach.[1], Love had been the Director of Football Technology at Kansas. Before returning to Kansas, Love coached at Houston Baptist University[2] from 2012-2016, handling the quarterbacks in 2016, the receivers in 2013-2015, and the safeties in 2012. Love spent 2011 as the secondary coach and recruiting coordinator at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Prior to his stint at Occidental, Love was the video coordinator for three seasons (2008-10) at Kansas. He also previously served as video coordinator at Nevada (2007) and held video assistant positions at Washington State and UCF.

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Jeff Love is a college football coach, most recently serving in 2018 as the quarterbacks coach at the University of Kansas. The Jayhawk quarterbacks threw only four interceptions in 12 games, which ranked 4th in the country from fewest interceptions thrown in 2018. Prior to being promoted to assistant coach[1], Love had been the Director of Football Technology at Kansas. Before returning to Kansas, Love coached at Houston Baptist University[2] from 2012-2016, handling the quarterbacks in 2016, the receivers in 2013-2015, and the safeties in 2012. Love spent 2011 as the secondary coach and recruiting coordinator at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Prior to his stint at Occidental, Love was the video coordinator for three seasons (2008-10) at Kansas. He also previously served as video coordinator at Nevada (2007) and held video assistant positions at Washington State and UCF.

In January of 2017, during his time as Kansas's Director of Football Technology, Love oversaw the implementation of a ribbon-style, seamless LED video board in the Jayhawks locker room[3]. This multi-million dollar project was the first of it's kind in college football. In 2016, when Love first arrived back in Lawrence, he brought the use of drones into Jayhawk practice plans for the first time in program history[4]

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