Blane Morgan is in his third season at San Diego State as the quarterbacks coach.
In 2016, starting quarterback Christian Champman’s 61.0 completion percentage was the third best by an Aztec since 1996. The redshirt sophomore ranked second in the MW in pass touchdown percentage (11th nationally, 8.0) and touchdown-to-interception percentage (T-23rd nationally, 3.33).
The 2015 Aztecs went 12 straight games without throwing an interception, the most in SDSU’s Division I era. San Diego State finished the year by going without an interception in 208 passes for the country’s longest active streak. The team finished second in the conference with a 142.10 passing efficiency rating and 19th nationally with 14.10 passing yards per completion.
Morgan coached at Air Force from 2003-14 in three different capacities. The last eight seasons of his tenure with the Falcons, he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
From 2007-14, when Morgan was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Air Force, the Falcons ranked 24th nationally in passing efficiency rating (139.1). During that time, the Falcons ranked third nationally in yards per completion (14.82).
As a team, the Falcons enjoyed great success while Morgan served as the offensive coordinator. The Falcons posted a 59-44 record (57.3 percent) and advanced to seven bowl games in that eight-year span.
A two-year starter at quarterback for Air Force, he posted a 20- 3 record as a starter at the position. He owns the highest career winning percentage by any signal caller in Falcons history.
As a senior, Morgan led Air Force to a 12-1 record and earned Western Athletic Conference offensive player-of-the-year accolades. He led Air Force to a victory over Washington in the Oahu Bowl.
His junior season, Morgan posted a 10-3 record with the Academy.
Morgan posted a 3-0 record as a starting quarterback against other service academes.
He is the only QB in school history to guide the Falcons to an outright conference title.
Was named team most valuable player (1998) as a junior and was the Academy male athlete of the year (1999) as a senior.
Earned three letters playing football for the Falcons.
Ended his three-year career having thrown for 3,324 yards and 22 touchdowns and rushed for 2,567 yards and 39 touchdowns.
He recorded multiple interceptions just one time in 28 career games.
Earned his bachelor's degree from Air Force in 1999.
Morgan and his wife, Mandy, have two children - a son, Brodie, and a daughter, Camille.
Morgan played for his father, Barry, at Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas.
Blaine's older brother, Beau, was a starting quarterback at Air Force.