Scott Conley
Scott  Conley
Director of High School Relations


Green & White Game Highlights

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2014 Bowl Champions

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Final Practice & Top Golf

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Episode 13

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Welcome Dinner & Gift Suite

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Scotty Conley is in his seventh season with North Texas and is in charge of high school relations.

Conley has 39 years of coaching experience in various levels of college football, including nine years as a head coach at both Trinity Valley and Texas A&M Commerce. He has several administrative responsibilities for the Mean Green football program, including travel, scheduling, budgets and recruiting.

Conley has nine years of head coaching experience, which includes a national championship, and he was named the National Junior College Coach of the Year at Trinity Valley.

He has served several years working with the American Football Coaches Association since 1990.

His high school coaching career started at Whitewright in 1971 and Mt. Vernon from 1972-73. From 1974-79 he coached at Plano Senior high school and lead them to the 1977 Texas 4A State Championship.

Conley began his college coaching career at Texas A&M in 1980 where he became the running backs coach and developed three future NFL draft picks. From 1982-1985 he coached linebackers at the University of Texas during which time the Longhorns were the 1983 SWC Champions and went to four bowl games.

After one year coaching outside linebackers at Kansas, Conley went back to developing running backs at Tennessee. From there he coached at Rice, Arkansas and Howard Payne before becoming the head coach at Trinity Valley.

In 2000, he became the U.S. Naval Academy special teams coordinator and also worked with the defensive ends. Conley became head coach again with Texas A&M Commerce where he coached from 2004-2008 and led his team to the LSC North Division Co-Champs in 2007. Under his tutelage the Lions produced three All-Americans and 47 All-Conference performers.

Conley played football at Texas A&M in 1966 where he lettered as a member of the freshman team and went to school from 1966-68. He received his bachelor's degree in business administration at Texas A&M University-Commerce in 1970 and his master's degree in secondary and higher education in 1973.

Conley and his wife, Glenda, have a son, Chris, and daughter, Cortney, son-in-law Carl Mosier, and three grandchildren (Mack, Hayden and Maggie).

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