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Tim Daoust
Position: Defensive Line
Alma Mater: Wittenberg University
Graduating Year: 2001
Experience: 1st Year
Phone: (989) 774-3896
Email: tim.daoust@cmich.edu
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Tim Daoust
Courtesy: CMU Athletic Communications
Release: 01/17/2011

Tim Daoust served as Central Michigan's defensive line coach in 2010.

Seven different Chippewas started at least one game along CMU's front four in 2010. Senior tackle Sean Murnane was an All-Mid-American Conference third team selection after tallying 36 tackles, including nine for a loss of yardage.

Daoust arrived at CMU after spending the previous four seasons at Western Michigan. He coached the Broncos' defensive backs from 2007-09 after working with the defensive line in 2006.

Daoust worked directly with All-Mid-American Conference defensive backs Louis Delmas and E.J. Biggers, both of whom were selected in the 2009 NFL Draft. Delmas also was a Phil Steele All-American in 2008.

Londen Fryar also was a three-time All-MAC honoree, including two-time first-team selection, under Daoust.

Daoust coached the Broncos' defensive linemen in 2006, a season in which Western Michigan led the nation in sacks per game (3.54) and interceptions (24). Western Michigan also broke a 33-year-old MAC record by allowing just 76.1 yards per game rushing in 2006.

Daoust began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Northern Illinois during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. He coached cornerbacks at Illinois State in 2004 before serving as a defensive graduate assistant at Cincinnati in 2005.

A native of Toledo, Ohio, Daoust earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Wittenberg University. As a defensive end on the Tigers football team (1998-2001), Daoust was honored as a team captain (2000-01) and was a two-time Golden Helmet Award Winner. He was named first-team All-North Coast Athletic Conference as a senior and received second-team All-NCAC honors as a junior. He finished his career second all-time at Wittenberg with 27.5 career sacks and fourth in the record book for sacks in a season, amassing 10.5 during the 2000 campaign. Wittenberg football went 45-5 during Daoust’s career, winning four NCAC championships and making four appearances in the NCAA Division III playoffs. The Tigers reached the quarterfinals in both of Daoust’s final two seasons.

Daoust is married to the former Jen Emming.

The Daoust File
2002-2003 Northern Illinois University Graduate Assistant
2004 Illinois State University Cornerbacks
2005
Cincinnati Graduate Assistant
2006 Western Michigan University Defensive Line
2007-2009 Western Michigan University Defensive Backs
2010 Central Michigan University Defensive Line