Mike Babcock is entering his fifth season as an assistant coach
with the ThunderWolves and his fourth as the team’s pass game
coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
After serving as tight ends coach for one season, Babcock
undertook the Pack’s quarterbacks, and watched as Pack
quarterbacks shattered most school passing records on an annual
In 2010, he helped direct a ThunderWolves offense that averaged
36.7 points per game, 13th most in the nation. In 2011, during an
11-0 season, CSU-Pueblo averaged 33.0 points per game.
Babcock, who played linebacker for the Bruins at UCLA from
1997-99, was on two Pac-10 championship teams, and played in the
1998 Cotton Bowl and 1999 Rose Bowl. He received his
Bachelor’s in sociology from UCLA in 2002 before earning his
Master’s in education in 2004, also from UCLA. He was the
tight ends coach at the University of San Diego in 2007, and was a
graduate assistant at UCLA from 2000-04. From 2005-06, he was the
offensive quality control intern at the University of Colorado.
Babcock and his wife, Kimberly, have a son, Tyler. The family
resides in Pueblo.