Run Game Coordinator / Offensive Line
Brian Frana enters his second season as run-game coordinator and offensive line coach at SMSU in 2015. He came to SMSU after spending five seasons as offensive coordinator at Upper Iowa University.
During his first season at SMSU, Frana mentored an offensive line, that despite featuring five new starters, helped the SMSU offense average 400 yards and 27 points per game.
Prior to SMSU, Frana oversaw an Upper Iowa offense that set 26 offensive records during his tenure and helped the program record its first-ever winning season at the NCAA Division II level in 2013. The UIU offense averaged more than 460 yards per game his final two seasons, while in 2011 he coached the NSIC Offensive and Newcomer of the Year.
Before UIU, Frana spent two seasons (2007-08) as co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Lindenwood University (Mo.), helping the program to 22 victories in two seasons. The Lions averaged more than 40 points and 170 yards rushing per game during his two seasons.
Frana began his coaching career as an offensive assistant at Waldorf College (Iowa) in 2003, helping the team transition from junior college to the NAIA level. He then moved to St. Cloud State as the offensive line and tight ends coach for two seasons (2005-06).
Frana was a two-time all-region honoree as an offensive lineman at Waldorf College, before transferring to Eastern Illinois University where he was a two-year starter. He earned his bachelor’s degree in speech communication from Eastern Illinois in 2002 and his master’s degree in sports management from St. Cloud State in 2007.
Brian and his wife, Jennifer, have a son, Kael, and a daughter, Taylor.
Drew Moulton begins his first season as wide receivers coach at SMSU in 2015.
Moulton, a native of Midland, Mich., was a member of the Northwestern University football team from 2009-12. He played special teams and wide receiver during his career, finishing with four receptions for 40 yards, including recording a catch in the 2011 Meineke Car Care Bowl.
Moulton is a 2013 graduate of Northwestern with a degree in communication studies.
Duling spent the 2013 spring season coaching tight ends at Redlands High School in Redlands, Calif.
Duling, a 2013 graduate of Illinois College with a degree in political science and international studies, is pursuing his master's degree in sports management/physical education from SMSU.
Davontay Stevens begins his first season on the SMSU coaching staff in 2016 and will server as the team's running backs coach.