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- Helped guide his teams to nine bowl games including Vols’ 2016 Outback Bowl Championship and five conference titles
- UT’s 2015 offensive line paved the way for 2,908 rushing yards, UT’s most since 1951, led by All-SEC pics Kyler Kerbyson and Dyland Wiesman and Freshman All-American Chance Hall
- All five UT starting offensive lineman from the 2013 season are playing in the NFL, including 2014 First-Round selection Ja’Wuan James and fellow draft pick Zach Fulton
- Three members of the Vols’ 2013 line started in the NFL in 2014: James (Dolphins), Fulton (Chiefs) and James Stone (Falcons)
- Coached current Minnesota Viking Antonio Richardson to All-American honors from CBSSports.com
- Richardson also earned Second Team All-SEC honors from both the coaches and AP, while James was named Second Team All-SEC by the AP
- Coached 2013 NFL Draft overall No. 1 selection Eric Fisher while at Central Michigan
- Joined Tennessee after three seasons as the offensive line coach at Cincinnati (2010-12) where he coached five Bearcats to All-Big East selections during his tenure
- UC had the top scoring offense in the Big East in 2012
- One All-Big East selection included 2010 second team All-Big East offensive lineman Jason Kelce, a 2011 Philadelphia Eagles draft pick who started every game as a rookie
- In 2011, UC averaged 385 yards per game, ranking No. 1 in the BIG EAST in overall yardage and rushing yardage while scoring an average of 33.3 points per game on the way to a BIG EAST Conference Championship and a win in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl over SEC foe Vanderbilt
- The Bearcats led the Big East in rushing in 2011 and 2012
- In 2010, Cincinnati led the Big East in scoring offense (27.1 ppg), total offense (417.3 ypg), passing offense (260.7 ypg), first downs (21.9 ypg), third-down conversions (45.6 pct.) and touchdown passes (27)
- Coached at CMU from 2007-09, during which time Chippewa lineman received a total of six All-MAC selections.
- In 2009, the CMU offense allowed just 1.21 sacks per game, second in the MAC and 21st in the FBS.
- Spent eight seasons at Tulane coaching the O-Line
- Before joining Tulane, spent first six seasons as a coach at Central Michigan where he tutored a total of six All-MAC selections for the Chippewas
- An all-conference selection and three-year starter at guard for Marshall University, serving as team captain as a senior in 1990. He was a student assistant at Marshall when the Thundering Herd claimed the 1992 Division I-AA national championship
- Earned bachelor’s degree from West Virginia State in 1993.
- Mahoney and his wife Carissa have three children, Jake (15), Tulia (12), and Domenic (9).