|Position:||Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations|
Scotty Conley enters his second season in 2019 as Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations.
His first season with the program saw the Red Wolves win eight games and make their school-record eighth consecutive bowl-game appearance, playing Nevada in the Arizona Bowl.
Conley came to A-State as the Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations after spending the 2016-17 seasons as Director of High School Relations at North Texas. He originally went to North Texas in 2009, working as the Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations until 2015. He is also a coaching veteran with over 40 years of experience at the NCAA FBS, Division II and III, junior college and high school levels.
Conley has nine years of head coaching experience, including 1996-2000 at Trinity Valley (Texas) Community College and 2004-08 at Texas A&M-Commerce. He led Trinity Valley to the 1997 national championship and was named the NJCAA Coach of the Year.
He spent time as a college assistant coach at Texas A&M (1980-81), Texas (1982-86), Kansas (1987), Tennessee (1988), Rice (1989), Arkansas (1990-92), Howard Payne (1993-96) and Navy (2001-02).
Conley played football at Texas A&M in 1966, lettering as a member of the freshman team, and went to school there 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.