Brady Attaway directed the nation's top passing offense in 2012
Landon Hoefer joined the Stephen F. Austin coaching staff in June 2013, and will serve as the new quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator. Hoefer takes over a Lumberjack passing attack that has finished among the nation's elite each of the past four seasons, but working with a high-octane offense is nothing new to Hoefer. During the 2012 season, Hoefer worked with West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen and former Lumberjack offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson, to produce one of the most lethal passing games at the NCAA FBS level.
The Mountaineers finished the 2012 campaign ranked 10th nationally in total and passing offense. Hoefer worked with both the quarterbacks and receivers in Morgantown, helping produce two 1,000-yard wide outs last season.
Prior to his stop at WVU, Hoefer spent two seasons in Greenville, N.C., working with the East Carolina offense. Hoefer experienced similar success in Greenville, producing two 1,000-yard receivers, and working with a quarterback who finished the season completing 393 passes for 3,967 yards and 37 touchdowns (Dominique Davis). The Pirates finished 2010 ranked eight nationally in passing and 10th in total offense.
Before making the switch to the offensive side of the ball, Hoefer spent one season assisting the secondary at Memphis.
A three-year letterwinner at Texas Tech, Hoefer played in four-straight bowl games, including two Cotton Bowls and the 2006 Insight.com Bowl and the 2007 Gator Bowl. Hoefer received his bachelor's degree from Texas Tech in 2008, and has completed work toward a master's degree.