Former Cal walk-on later coached at his alma mater and Fresno State
In his first season, he coached tight end Mark Martindale to All-Big Sky honorable mention accolades after catching 18 passes for 290 yards and four touchdowns.
Creighton came to UC Davis after three years on the staff at Colorado State University-Pueblo. He was the defensive line coach during his tenure with the ThunderWolves, helping them allow just 108 rushing yards per game and only eight TDs on the ground in 2012.
Creighton, a walk-on at Colorado who later earned a scholarship while playing tight end and fullback, earned his undergraduate degree in psychology in 2006. He moved on to Auburn after graduation where he served two years as graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach during the Tigers' national championship year in 2010.
He returned to his alma mater in 2009 where he was the defensive graduate assistant for two seasons.
Football | 08/02/2017
Women’s Huddle set for August 25
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Kickoff times set for football's five home games
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First camp scrimmage set for Saturday night
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Sac City College lineman commits to Aggies
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Big Sky Scholar-Athlete Award
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Hawkins' streamed interview set for Tuesday (9:21 a.m. PT)
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UC Davis' 2019 slate includes road game at North Dakota State
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