Jared Petrino enters his fifth year with the Wyoming Football program in 2010 and second as a graduate assistant coach. The previous three years he served as the video coordinator for Cowboy Football.
In his role as the defensive graduate assistant, Petrino assists with practice preparation, scout team coordination and a variety of other administrative and coaching duties.
As video coordinator, Petrino was responsible for all film exchange between Wyoming and its opponents, breakdown of game and practice video for the Cowboy coaching staff, filming of home and away games, producing a highlight tape for Wyoming's annual football signing day and supervising a staff of student assistants.
Petrino originally came to the University of Wyoming in August of 2004, serving as a graduate assistant in the UW Athletic Media Relations Office for two years. In the fall of 2006, he took over as the video coordinator for Cowboy Football.
As a linebacker at Carroll College in Helena, Mont., Petrino was a leader on Carroll's back-to-back NAIA National Championship teams in 2002 and 2003.
He completed a double major at Carroll College in May of 2004, earning a bachelor of arts degree in business administration, with a concentration in management, and completing a bachelor of arts degree in health and physical education, with a concentration in sport management. He is currently working on his master's degree in interdisciplinary studies at Wyoming.