Jared McGranahan is in his fourth season on the UW-Platteville
football coaching staff after joining the football staff prior to
spring practice in 2010.
He makes a return to coaching the Pioneer running backs after in 2011, he worked with UW-Platteville safeties. One of his pupils, safety Ryan McWethy was a first team all-WIAC selection in 2011 and 2012 and AFCA all-American in 2012. He finished among the top-10 in the conference in fumbles recovered and interceptions, and the top tackler for the Pioneers with 70 stops in 2011.
In his initial season, McGranahan worked with the Pioneer running backs including second team all-WIAC honoree Lee Vlasak. After a mid-season switch to running back by Vlasak, he went on to run the ball 140 times for 673 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The Darlington, Wis., native coached at Cuba City, helping the Cubans improve from 3-6 to a 6-3 mark and a share of the SWAL championship in 2009. The Cubans led the conference in rushing yards and scoring.
He is joined on the UW-Platteville coaching staff by his brother, Ryan, who will be working taking over his role with the Pioneer safeties.