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Scott Wallace
Director of Football Operations

Scott Wallace

Director of Football Operations

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Alma Mater California (Pa.), 2011
Scott Wallace

Biography

Scott Wallace became Georgia Tech’s director of football operations in 2019. In his role, Wallace will direct day-to-day operations of the football program, oversee all team meals and lodging, assist with summer camps and clinics and manage the football program’s budget.

Wallace came to Georgia Tech from Temple, where he spent five seasons (2014-18), including the last four as director of football operations and the last two under Georgia Tech head coach Geoff Collins. Wallace began his stint at TU as the football program’s coordinator of internal operations.

Wallace’s professional career also includes stints at Delaware (assistant to the director of football operations – 2012-13) and his alma mater, California (Pa.), where he worked in the development department from 2010-11. He has also held roles with the Washington Wild Things minor-league baseball team and served as a high school basketball assistant coach.

“Scott comes to us from Temple. He did a great job running the football operation there,” Collins said about Wallace. “I’m excited for him to help set up our processes and how we do things in this program on a daily basis to help our student-athletes develop in every single phase of their lives.”

After beginning his collegiate career at UMass, Wallace played quarterback and defensive back at California (Pa.) from 2009-11. He earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from the school in 2011.

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