|Born||November 12, 1987|
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Justin Burke (born November 12, 1987) is an American football coach who is the offensive coordinator for the UTSA Roadrunners football team.
Burke grew up in Lexington, Kentucky and attended Lexington Catholic High School. He was named the Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior after passing for 3,789 yards and 62 touchdowns against six interceptions. Burke was a highly-rated recruit and committed to play college football at North Carolina State over offers from Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisville, Northwestern, Michigan State, Purdue, Ole Miss, Wake Forest, Rutgers, Western Michigan, and Toledo.
Burke began his college career at NC State and redshirted his true freshman season. He played in three games in garbage time situations the following year. Burke transferred to Louisville after his redshirt freshman season. He sat out the 2008 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Burke was named the Cardinals' starting quarterback entering the 2009 season. He ultimately shared quarterbacking duties with Adam Froman and future UTSA offensive coordinator Will Stein throughout the season and finished the year with 654 passing yards.
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Burke entered coaching as a recruiting intern at Alabama in 2011 until being hired as a graduate assistant at Louisville by his former head coach Charlie Strong later in the year. He became an offensive quality control assistant in 2013. Burke hired to the same position at Texas after Strong has hired as the Longhorns' head coach. He spent three seasons on the Longhorns' staff until Strong was fired in 2016.
Burke hired as the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at South Florida in 2017, again following Strong. He was selected called plays for the Bulls in the 2018 Gasparilla Bowl following the departure of offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert.
Burke was hired as an offensive analyst at Texas-San Antonio (UTSA) in 2020. He was promoted to special teams coordinator and tight ends coach after two seasons. Burke was named co-offensive coordinator at the end of the 2022 after Will Stein was hired as the offensive coordinator at Oregon.
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2011 Alabama Crimson Tide football team
2013 Louisville Cardinals football team
2016 Texas Longhorns football team
South Florida Bulls football
2017 South Florida Bulls football team
2018 Gasparilla Bowl
2020 UTSA Roadrunners football team
2022 UTSA Roadrunners football team
Oregon Ducks football
Source: "Justin Burke", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 18th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Burke.
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Louisville Cardinals football
Kentucky Wildcats football
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Texas State Bobcats football
2016 Kentucky Wildcats football team
2016 Texas Longhorns football team
2022 Texas Longhorns football team
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