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Chad Glasgow, a member of Gary Patterson's first staff at TCU, returned in 2012 as the Horned Frogs' safeties coach following a one-year stint as defensive coordinator at Texas Tech.
Glasgow, a 2010 National Defensive Backs Coach of the Year by FootballScoop.com, was part of a TCU staff that helped the Horned Frogs lead the nation in total defense in each of the final three seasons (2008-10) of his first tenure with the program.
Glasgow made an immediate impact upon his return to the Horned Frogs in 2012. TCU led the Big 12 in defense with all three starting safeties receiving postseason honors. Sam Carter was second-team All-Big 12, Elisha Olabode was an honorable-mention selection and Chris Hackett earned Freshman All-America accolades.
The 2011 Rose Bowl champion and second-ranked Horned Frogs, who topped the country in six defensive categories, became just the third team in NCAA history to lead the nation in total defense in three consecutive seasons (Toledo, 1969-71; Oklahoma, 1985-87).
Despite losing two starters in the first two rounds of the National Football League draft and a pair of four-year starters at cornerback, TCU's total defensive numbers improved in 2010 from the previous season.
The Horned Frogs allowed just 228.5 yards per game, 26.2 yards less than runner-up Boise State (254.7).
In addition to total defense, TCU also led the nation in scoring defense (12.0 points), pass defense (128.8 yards), pass defense efficiency (94.9 rating), opponent third-down conversion percentage (24.1) and fewest first downs allowed per game (12.0). TCU's defense also topped the country in three-and-outs per game (6.0).
Glasgow has coached 16 all-conference selections at safety at TCU, including 2010 consensus first-team All-American and Jim Thorpe Award finalist Tejay Johnson.
Seven safeties in Glasgow's last eight years at TCU signed National Football League contracts.
Colin Jones was a sixth-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers in 2011 and a key special teams performer as the 49ers reached the NFC Championship game.
Stephen Hodge, who led the nation in sacks by a defensive back with eight in 2007, was a sixth-round draft pick by the Dallas Cowboys in 2009.
Hodge and David Roach earned All-Mountain West honors in 2007. Roach and Brian Bonner signed 2008 free-agent contracts with the New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers, respectively.
In 2006, Marvin White was first-team All-MW and later a fourth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals. Bonner was a second-team All-MW selection.
White and Jeremy Modkins, who signed with the Cleveland Browns as a free agent, were All-MW in 2005.
Since arriving at TCU, Glasgow also tutored all-conference safeties Kenneth Hilliard, a free-agent signee with the Buffalo Bills, and Marvin Godbolt, who inked a professional contract in the Canadian Football League.
Glasgow coached safeties, including 2000 Southland Conference Player of the Year C.J. Carroll, at Southwest Texas State from 1998-00.
Prior to his stint at Southwest Texas State, Glasgow spent one year at Illinois State as the linebackers coach.
Glasgow also had coaching stops as a graduate assistant at both Oklahoma State (1994-95) under Bob Simmons and New Mexico (1996) with Dennis Franchione. Patterson was the Lobos' defensive coordinator that season.
A three-year letterwinner, Glasgow played linebacker at Oklahoma State. He earned a bachelor's degree from OSU in business administration in 1995.
Glasgow and his wife, Maida, were married in March 2010. The couple has three sons: Brance, Colt and Dayne. Brance and Colt are twins.