Is in his 12th year coaching and his first year as offensive coordinator at Boston College.
Served as offensive coordinator for Temple in 2012 under current Boston College head coach Steve Addazio.
Under Day, the Owls' rushing attack thrived with former Boston College Eagle Montel Harris (1,054 rushing yards, 5.7 yards per carry, 12 TD) leading the way.
Coached in seven bowl games during his career (six at BC, one at Florida).
Served as wide receivers coach at Boston College from 2007-11.
In 2011, Day's receiving corps was led by Colin Larmond (34 rec., 528 yards, 3 TD) and Bobby Swigert (44 rec., 470 yards, 3 TD).
In 2010, despite a young receiving corps, Day guided the unit all year long as the players developed. By the end of the season, Day had put together a strong unit that true freshman quarterback Chase Rettig could look to in any situation. Leading the team in receptions was Swigert, who had 39 receptions for 504 yards (12.9 avg.). Never had a true freshman wide receiver had more than 100 yards receiving in a game, much less two different players in the same season. Against Notre Dame, Swigert became the first freshman wide receiver to break this record which stands at 137 yards with 7 receptions. Alex Amidon became the second true freshman player in the history of BC to rack up over 100 yards receiving only a week after Swigert with a 102-yard performance against North Carolina State.
From 2007-09, Day's wide receivers saw great success during that span.
Wide receiver Rich Gunnell broke the BC career receiving yards record against USC in the 2009 Emerald Bowl as he finished with 2,459 career yards. He was one of just eight BC players to ever eclipse the 2,000-yard mark.
Brandon Robinson was eighth in the ACC in receiving yards (646) and 10th in yards per game (46.1) in 2008. Gunnell was 10th in the conference in receptions per game (3.5) and 11th in receiving yards (551).
In 2007, Day helped develop a receiving corps that caught 390 passes for 4,535 yards and 31 touchdowns as the Eagles amassed 5,924 yards of total offense on the year.
Day joined Al Golden's staff at Temple as the wide receivers coach in 2006.
Spent the 2005 season as offensive graduate assistant at the University of Florida for Urban Meyer. The Gators posted a 9-3 record with Day assisting the offense. Gator wide receiver Chad Jackson was a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award, ranking sixth nationally in receptions per game (7.36), while Day was assisting with the offense.
During the 2003-04 seasons with Boston College, Day worked with the wide receivers and helped the team to a 9-3 overall record in 2004 and a No. 21 ranking in the final AP and ESPN/USA Today poll after defeating North Carolina, 37-24, in the Continental Tire Bowl. The ranking was the highest for the school since 1993 and senior wide receiver Grant Adams earned All-Big East accolades. In 2003, the Eagles posted an 8-5 overall record and defeated Colorado State, 35-21, in the San Francisco Bowl.
Began his coaching career as a tight ends coach in 2002 at his alma mater, the University of New Hampshire.
Three year starter at Quarterback for the New Hampshire Wildcats and team captain in 2001.
Held four UNH passing records upon graduation, including best passing percentage in a career (59.9, 1997-01) and touchdown passes in a career (53).
A native of Manchester, N.H.
THE DAY FILE
March 12, 1979
Manchester Central High School
New Hampshire (B.S., Business Administration, 2002)
Boston College (M.S., Administrative Studies, 2004)