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Justin Burke
Justin Burke
A veteran of the UTSA staff since 2020, Justin Burke is in his first season as UTSA's offensive coordinator after serving as associate head coach and special teams coordinator during the 2022 regular season before being promoted to co-offensive coordinator for the Cure Bowl. He will also serve as tight ends coach for the second straight season in 2023.

During his time in San Antonio, the Roadrunners have posted a 30-10 record, won back-to-back conference championships and made three bowl appearances. 

Burke helped lead UTSA to an 11-3 record and the C-USA regular season and championship game titles in his first season as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach in 2022. The Roadrunners were ranked in the top 25 of all three major polls and capped the campaign with their third consecutive bowl game appearance, a matchup against Troy in the Cure Bowl in Orlando, Florida.

During his first season as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach, Burke mentored four all-conference performers. Lucas Dean and Jared Sackett earned second-team all-league accolades at punter and place-kicker, respectively, while long snapper Caleb Cantrell and tight end Oscar Cardenas were honorable mention. 

Burke spent the 2020 and 2021 seasons as an offensive analyst for the Roadrunners.
In his first year on the staff, UTSA registered a 7-5 overall record, finished second in C-USA’s West Division with a 5-2 mark and earned a spot in the First Responder Bowl. 
Burke was promoted to senior analyst for the offense prior to his second season at UTSA. The Roadrunners finished with a 12-2 record to set school records for most wins and best winning percentage in a season, were nationally ranked (as high as No. 15) for the first time in school history and captured their first league title by winning the C-USA Championship with a 49-41 victory over WKU. UTSA ended the season with its second straight and third overall bowl appearance against San Diego State in the Frisco Bowl.
Prior to his arrival in San Antonio, Burke was the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at USF for three seasons. During his tenure, the Bulls won 21 games and made a pair of bowl appearances. 
In his first season at USF, the Bulls capped a 10-2 campaign with a 38-34 victory against Texas Tech in the 2017 Birmingham Bowl. Burke led a special teams unit that saw kicker Emilio Nadelman earn first team all-conference honors and set the program’s single-season scoring record with 115 points. Nadelman made a school-record 21 field goals and established a USF single-game mark by scoring 19 points against Temple, including going 5 for 5 on field goals. He led the American Athletic Conference and ranked 19th nationally by making a USF single-season record 84.0 percent of his field goals. Punter Jonathan Hernandez ranked second in the league with a 43.4 yards-per-punt average.
In his second season with the Bulls, Burke helped lead tight end Mitch Wilcox to first team all-conference honors and USF season records for a tight end of 43 receptions for 540 yards, including a single-game record eight catches for 109 yards at Illinois.
In 2019, Wilcox again earned all-league accolades and went on to play in the East-West Shrine Bowl before landing in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Burke served as a quality control special assistant working with tight ends at Texas during the 2016 season. He also worked as an offensive special assistant (2014-15) at Texas, where he worked alongside current UTSA head coach Jeff Traylor.
Prior to his time at Texas, Burke was an offensive quality control assistant (2013) and offensive graduate assistant (2011-2012) at his alma mater, Louisville. During his time on the staff, the Cardinals won a pair of Big East Conference titles (2011, 2012) and had the nation's fourth-best winning percentage (23-3; 88.5%) over the 2012 and 2013 seasons. He worked with quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends, and he helped mentor 2012 Big East Offensive Player of the Year Teddy Bridgewater and first team All-AAC wide receiver Devante Parker.
Burke played quarterback at Louisville (2008-10) and North Carolina State (2006-08). He was a two-year letterman and started eight games at Louisville. A three-time All-Big East Academic Team honoree and a 2006 All-ACC Academic Team honoree, he was part of the North Carolina State honors program and earned Dean's List recognition several times at North Carolina State and Louisville. 
Burke earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting in 2009 and his master's degree in business administration in 2011, both from Louisville.

He and wife Kaitlin have a son, Knox.

The Justin Burke File
Coaching Experience
2011-12: Louisville (graduate assistant/offense)
2013: Louisville (quality control/offense)
2014-15: Texas (offensive special assistant)
2016: Texas (quality control/tight ends)
2017-19: USF (special teams coordinator/tight ends)
2020: UTSA (offensive analyst)
2021: UTSA (senior offensive analyst)
2022: UTSA (associate head coach/special teams coordinator/tight ends) 
2023: UTSA (offensive coordinator/tight ends)

Playing Experience
2006-08: NC State (quarterback)
2008-10: Louisville (quarterback)
• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, Louisville, 2009
• Master’s degree in business administration, Louisville, 2011
Lexington, Ky.
Wife: Kaitlin
Sons: Knox