Jeff Love begins hisfourth season at Kansas as the football team's video coordinator. He is in charge of shooting and editing video of the team's practices and games so that the coaches can analyze player performance and play execution throughout the year. He is also in charge of both the data reports that coincide with weekly opponent break downs and maintaining the recruiting film database.
Love was hired at Kansas prior to the 2008 season, after serving as the video coordinator for the athletic department at the University of Nevada from February 2007-May 2008. Working for Hall of Fame Coach Chris Ault, the Wolf Pack qualified for their third straight bowl game in the fall of 2007, receiving a trip to the New Mexico Bowl.
Prior to working at Nevada, Love spent two years in the Pac-10 at Washington State University where he was the video assistant for the Cougar football team from 2005-2006.
He began his career while an undergrad at the University of Central Florida, working as the football video assistant for the Golden Knights for three seasons, 2001-2003. He earned his degree in Social Science Education.
Love graduated from Charlotte High School and is a native of Punta Gorda, Fla. In May of 2009, he married KU Assistant Soccer Coach Antoinette Marjanovic. The couple resides in Lawrence.