Bobby Sabol, a 2012 West Chester (Pa.) University graduate, begins his second year on the Blue Hen football staff and his first as offensive quality control assistant.
In his role as quality control assistant, Sabol will work on the offensive side of the ball while overseeing film breakdown and other duties with the offensive coaching staff. He works closely with defensive quality control coach Mark Bailey.
A native of Wilmington, Del., Sabol earned his degree in liberal studies with a minor in business geography and planning from West Chester. In high school, he was a two-time All-State wide receiver and a track & field standout at Salesianum School in Wilmington, Del.
No stranger to Delaware football, Sabol began his college career at Delaware as a walk-on in 2006 before transfering to West Chester University where he was a three-year starter at defensive back for head coach and former UD quarterback Bill Zwaan. During his career, he recorded 128 tackles, intercepted four passes, and broke up 22 passes.
He began his coaching career as head junior varsity and assistant varsity coach at Delaware Military Academy where he coached special teams, wide receivers, and defensive backs during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. He also served as a student assistant at West Chester.
Sabol returned to Delaware and served as an offensive and special teams assistant beginning in June, 2013. His duties included video breakdown, scouting, and practice preparation.
Sabol's father, Bob, was a standout running back at Delaware in 1974-76 and later served on head coach Tubby Raymond's staff for 21 years, including 10 as defensive coordinator in 1991-2001. He was part of 13 NCAA playoff appearances during his time at UD, including the 1979 national championship season.
|Position:||Offensive Quality Control|
|Alma Mater:||West Chester|