Jason Fisk, a local product who attended Davis High School before enjoying an oustanding career at Stanford, is in his second year coaching the UC Davis defensive line along with Dallas Sartz. Fisk came to the Aggies after serving as assistant coach at his high school alma mater.
Fisk enjoyed a prolific NFL career from 1995-2006 with the Minnesota Vikings, Tennesee Titans, San Diego Chargers, Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Rams. He finished his career with 222 total tackles including 19 sacks after entering the league as a seventh-round draft pick of the Vikings in 1995. Fisk played in Super Bowl XXXIV, recording a sack of the Rams' Kurt Warner, and came within one game of advancing to the Super Bowl with the Vikings during the 1997 season.
Fisk was a standout defensive tackle for Stanford from 1991-94, leading the Cardinal in sacks (6) and tackles-for-losses (11) as a senior and subsequently earning selection to the prestigious East-West Shrine Game. He earned degrees in psychology and biology from Stanford in 1995.
Fisk and his wife, Miriam, have three children; Julia (14), Tucker (11) and Carmen (7).
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