33 Facts About Scott Satterfield

1. Scott Satterfield can earn $25,000 if App State makes it to a bowl game and another $15,000 if the Mountaineers win it.

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2. Scott Satterfield is required to ask for Athletics Director Doug Gillin's written permission before seeking, negotiating or accepting new employment.

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3. Scott Satterfield is going to get a huge pay raise at Louisville.

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4. Scott Satterfield has led Appalachian State to three straight Sun Belt Conference titles.

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5. Scott Satterfield spent his college career and the first 14 seasons as a coach in the state of North Carolina.

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6. Scott Satterfield coached quarterbacks at Toledo in 2009 and then spent two years at Florida International as the offensive coordinator before returning to Appalachian State as the offensive coordinator for the 2012 season.

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7. Scott Satterfield started his career as a coach at Appalachian State, making $7,000 a year coaching the wide receivers in 1998.

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8. Scott Satterfield arrived at Appalachian State in 1991 as a walk-on quarterback but ended up starting 27 games during his career.

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9. Scott Satterfield was the head coach at Appalachian State for six seasons.

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10. Appalachian State head coach Scott Satterfield watches his team warm up before an NCAA college football game against the Georgia Southern, Thursday, Oct 25, 2018, in Statesboro, Ga.

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11. Scott Satterfield earned a lot more than just the $425,000 base pay.

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12. Scott Satterfield was born and raised in Hillsborough, North Carolina, which is approximately 150 miles from the Appalachian State campus.

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13. Scott Satterfield has no experience coaching in a Power 5 conference, but his history of winning with an exciting offensive strategy has chances of bringing life to the Ville.

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14. Scott Satterfield faces a massive task rebuilding his first Power Five program, which spiraled quickly this season after the departure of 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson to the NFL.

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15. Scott Satterfield played quarterback at Appalachian State from 1992 to 1995, leading the Mountaineers to the program's only undefeated regular season in 1995.

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16. Appalachian State coach Scott Satterfield is the new head football coach at the University of Louisville.

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17. Scott Satterfield has spent the last 6 years in Boone as the head coach overseeing the move from FCS to FBS.

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18. Scott Satterfield has spent the last 6 years in Boone as the head coach overseeing the move from FCS.

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19. Scott Satterfield left to join Tim Beckman's staff at Toledo in 2009, then Mario Cristobal's staff at Florida International in 2010.

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20. Scott Satterfield is the only active Power Five coach to have been plucked from the Sun Belt Conference.

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21. Scott Satterfield was clearly nervous at the beginning and then settled in and was himself.

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22. Scott Satterfield mentioned some plans he already has in the works for spring.

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23. Scott Satterfield said he wanted to improve the relationships between UofL football and the programs and schools in the county.

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24. Scott Satterfield began his remarks by saying in "being here for five minutes", he'd already become a big fan of University President Neeli Bendapudi.

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25. Scott Satterfield was the head coach at Appalachian State the past six seasons, racking up three straight Sun Belt Conference titles and three bowl wins.

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26. Scott Satterfield said he'll emphasize things like positive energy, trust, respect and fun.

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27. Appalachian State head coach Scott Satterfield is taking the same position at Louisville, the Courier-Journal reported Monday.

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28. Scott Satterfield is not the guy most Louisville fans wanted when it became clear their.

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29. Scott Satterfield will earn a $3.25 million contract over a 6-year contract.

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30. Scott Satterfield expressed his thanks to Tyra and Neeli Bendapudi, Louisville's president, in the statement.

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31. Scott Satterfield was in his sixth season with Appalachian State, where he was a quarterback from 1992 to '95.

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32. Scott Satterfield graduated from Appalachian State in 1996 with a degree in physical education.

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33. Scott Satterfield played quarterback for Orange High School, located in Hillsborough, North Carolina, from 1989 to 1991.

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