Bill Diedrick has a top-flight Division I background. He was offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Washington State (1989-1990), the University of Washington (1994-1997), Stanford (1998-2001) and Notre Dame (2002-2004).
His Stanford offense averaged 30.4 points and 422.4 yards per game in his four seasons there, including 37.1 points and 451.5 yards in 2001 when the Cardinal ranked in the Top 10 nationally in both categories. Stanford broke a 50-year-old school record in 1999 with 409 total points, and broke a second school record with 5,138 yards of total offense.
Dietrick developed such quarterbacks as Brady Quinn, Marques Tuiasosopo, Drew Bledsoe and John Friesz. He’s coached 12 quarterbacks who moved on to the NFL.
Dietrick was a four-sport letter winner at Eastern Washington University, where he was an NAIA All-American quarterback and team MVP, and began his coaching career as a graduate assistant, coaching quarterbacks and receivers at the University of Hawaii.
2002-2004 — UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks
1998-2001 — STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks (1998 — Led Pac-10 in passing offense; 1999 — Led Pac-10 in passing offense, total offense and scoring, Pac-10 Champions; Most prolific offense in Stanford history; 2001 — Led Pac-10 in rushing offense, total offense and scoring
1994-97 — UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks (UW all-time career passing and total offense leader
1989-1990 — WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks (passing offense ranked No. 1 in Pac-10; scoring offense ranked second in Pac-10 and 15th nationally)
2008-2009 — Indiana State University, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers
2007-2008 — Toronto Argonauts, CFL, Assistant Coach-Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers (2007 Eastern Division Champions)
2005-2006 — Calgary Stampeders, CFL, Assistant Coach, Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers
1991-1992 — Edmonton Eskimos, CFL, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers and Running Backs (More than 8,000 yards total offense and 671 points scored, Western Division Champions, 1991)
1986-1988 — University of Idaho, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers (nationally Top 3-ranked nationally in passing offense three straight years; All-American quarterback)
1984-1885 — Montana State University, Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator-Quarterbacks (1984 NCAA I-AA National Champions)
1982-1983 — Whitworth College, Assistant Head Coach (led nation in passing offense and second in total offense)
1971-1981 — High School Coach in Spokane, WA
1970-1971 — University of Hawaii, Graduate Assistant Coach-Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers