San Angelo Aggie Club Coaches Luncheon

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Please make plans to join us on June 18th at 11:30 a.m. at the San Angelo Country Club. We have a very exciting guest, Texas A&M Defensive Coordinator, Coach Mike Elko! Please call or text Jeff Stewart with your RSVP at (432) 349-4311.

About Coach Elko:

Veteran defensive coach Mike Elko is in his second season overseeing the Wrecking Crew as defensive coordinator.

Elko, one of a select group of defensive coordinators nationally that has overseen a top 50 defense the past seven seasons, came to Texas A&M after one season of directing Notre Dame's defense.

In his lone season in South Bend, the Irish's defense ranked in the top half nationally in all four major defensive categories as the Irish finished with a 10-3 record, which included a 21-17 win over LSU in the 2018 Citrus Bowl. Elko was a semifinalist for the Broyles Award, which is given annually to the top assistant coach in college football.

Notre Dame's defense showed marked improvement in total defense under Elko with an average of 369.2 yards allowed per game. Additionally, the Irish improved at least 20 spots in the national rankings in rush defense (72nd to 51st), pass-efficiency defense (79th to 46th), scoring defense (62nd to 31st), third-down defense (60th to 37th), turnovers gained (104th to 50th), sacks (117th to 82nd) and tackles for loss (102nd to 58th).

Elko arrived at Notre Dame following three seasons as the defensive coordinator/safeties coach at Wake Forest from 2014-16.

Elko is a 1999 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in history. As a safety, he helped the Quakers to the 1998 Ivy League title.

Mike and his wife Michelle, have three children, Michael, Andrew and Kaitlyn.


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