Now in his 10th season with the Buckeyes, Mark Quisenberry serves as the director of football video for Ohio State. Quisenberry coordinates all video needs for the OSU coaching staff, including practices, games, opponent film arrangements, meteorological reports, coaches[apos] cut-ups and team highlight films.
Quisenberry joined Ohio State in July, 2002, after two years at North Carolina State as the Wolfpack[apos]s football video director. He held the same position at Western Kentucky from 1995-99, Tennessee State in 1999 and East Carolina from 1999-2000.
A native of Louisville, Ky., Quisenberry is a graduate of Male High School, where he was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and also earned one letter in track.
Quisenberry attended Western Kentucky University, where he earned a bachelor[apos]s degree in political science in 1995 and a master[apos]s degree in physical education in 1999. While at WKU, he was a four-year football manager and received the WKU Football Extra Effort Award presented annually by head football coach Jack Harbaugh.
As a graduate student, Quisenberry served as an assistant to Harbaugh as the Hilltoppers fashioned a 10-2 record and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in 1997.
Quisenberry and his wife, Belinda, a former assistant softball coach for the Buckeyes, have a son, Bryce, and a daughter, Teagan.