• October 25, 2021

Tags : sean kugler

UTEP Football Coach Sean Kugler Steps Down

Sean Kugler stepped down as UTEP’s head football coach on Sunday, effective immediately. “After meeting with coach [Bob] Stull and discussing my future and the future of this program, we mutually agreed the best thing is for me to step down as the head coach,” Kugler said.  “My love for UTEP is in my heart […]Read More

H-P Sports In Depth: Coach Kugler Talks NMSU, Looks Ahead

UTEP will take on Army West Point for a second consecutive season on September 30. Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. MT/3:30 ET at Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y. Saturday’s matchup will be the second meeting between the Miners and the Black Knights. Both programs are coming off setbacks on Sept. 23 as UTEP […]Read More

H-P Sports In Depth: Coach Kugler Talks UTEP-OU, Rice Game

UTEP Football Head Coach Sean Kugler spoke to the media Monday, talking about Saturday’s loss to Oklahoma and this coming week’s contest vs Rice. (On Last Week’s Loss at Oklahoma) “We faced an outstanding Oklahoma team and did not do the things necessary to give ourselves the chance to compete.  We talked about not turning […]Read More

2017 UTEP Football Signing Day Luncheon Slated for February 1st

UTEP Athletics and the Miner Athletic Club will host the 2017 UTEP Football Signing Day Luncheon presented by Price’s Creameries on Wednesday, Feb. 1 from noon to 1 p.m. The event will highlight UTEP Football’s 2017 recruiting class as explained by head coach Sean Kugler. Lunch is included and doors will open at 11:30 a.m. as the presentation […]Read More

Coach Kugler announces Mason as UTEP’s Defensive Coordinator

UTEP football head coach Sean Kugler announced the hiring of Tom Mason as the Miners defensive coordinator on Saturday. “Tom is an outstanding coach, who comes highly recommended and brings a lot of experience to UTEP, “ said head coach Sean Kugler. “He has 38 years of experience in coaching many of those as a […]Read More

UTEP edges North Texas 20-17 to end the 2015 season

Freshman Warren Redix’s first career touchdown – a 32-yard reception – and Dashone Smith’s 65-yard pick-six surged UTEP to a 20-17 victory over North Texas on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Apogee Stadium. “We had five turnovers and it wasn’t pretty,” head coach Sean Kugler said. “These kids are resilient, they fought to the end […]Read More

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