FBU Quarterback Coach Ron Hudson has been training quarterbacks for over 40 years and now he's bringing his expertise to camp. Hudson began his coaching career at the University of California, where he served as wide receivers coach from 1972 to 1976. He worked as running backs coach at the University of Oregon from 1977 to 1978 and at UCLA from 1979 to 1981. Hudson accepted his first offensive coordinator position under Gerry Faust, serving the Notre Dame Fighting Irish from 1982 to 1985. Following Faust's resignation in 1985, Hudson regrouped with a 1987 job as running backs coach at the University of Illinois. He then worked at Ohio State as a quarterbacks coach from 1988 to 1994, before joining Kansas State in 1995. 

At Kansas State is where Ron Hudson put his best years together. Hudson coached for eight years (1995–2002) at Kansas State University under head coach Bill Snyder. For the final six years Hudson served the team as offensive coordinator. Hudson's teams averaged ten wins a season during his eight-year tenure at Kansas State, reaching eight consecutive bowl games. Kansas State led the NCAA's Division I-A in offense during the 1998 season and set a school record for points scored with 610.

Ron Hudson
FBU Quarterback Coach
Coaching Career

Omaha Nighthawks (2010)
Hamburg Sea Devils (2007)
University of Kentucky (2003-2004)
Kansas State University (1995-2002)
Ohio State University (1988-1994)
University of Illinois (1987)
Memphis Showboats (1986)
Notre Dame (1982-1985)
UCLA (1979-1981)
University of Oregon (1977-1978)
University of California (1972-1976, 1969-1970)
Stanford University (1971)

Career Highlights

Coached in 18 Bowl Games
World Bowl XV Champion: Hamburg Sea Devils (2007)