|Position:||Senior Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach|
Paul Hogan enters his 4th year serving as Senior Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach under Joey Batson. Previously, Hogan coached as a volunteer assistant at the University of Georgia (2001), a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Alabama (2002–04), a graduate assistant at Clemson University (2005–06), and the football strength and conditioning coach at Samford University (2007-2012), where he oversaw all aspects of training for the Samford football team.
Hogan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communication (2000) and a Master’s degree in management from the University of Alabama in December 2004. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In May 2007, he became a Certified Sports Nutrition Consultant (CSNC) through the American Fitness Professionals & Associates (AFPA).
Hogan was a four-year starter at center with the University of Alabama from 1997–2000. He was a three-time All-SEC pick and All-American at center. He started 44 of 45 career games and earned Academic All-SEC honors two years. He was the starting center on the 1999 SEC Championship team. Hogan was selected as a team captain his senior season, a campaign which also saw him win the Pat Trammell Leadership Award for most outstanding leadership. In 2000, Hogan signed a free-agent contract with the Oakland Raiders before going to coach at the University of Georgia.
Hogan is a native of Valdosta, Georgia, where he attended Valdosta High School. He is married to the former Jennifer Rouzie, and the couple has two sons, Paul Rouzie Hogan and Jackson Thomas Hogan.