Keith Uecker joined the Ohio State staff in July, 2009, in the role of quality control assistant for the Buckeye offense.
An All-American at Auburn in 1981, Uecker was a four-year starter for the Tigers, earning all-SEC honors as well. Serving as 1981 team captain, he was twice the winner of the Ken Rice Award as the team's outstanding offensive lineman.
Uecker played in the NFL for 10 seasons, beginning his pro career with the Denver Broncos (1982-84) and then with Green Bay (1984-91). With the Packlers, he was a four-year starter and played all five line positions. He was the 1987 recipient of the prestigious Ed Block Courage Award.
Uecker served as the offensive line coach at Wayne State (2004-05) and Akron (1999-2003) before spending several years in the automotive industry. He also did an internship with the Denver Broncos during their 2008 training camp. He earned his accounting degree from Auburn in 1988.
A native of Hollywood, Fla., Uecker has four children: Victoria, Jack, Clayton and Jane.
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