Coaches

Bush Hamdan
Quarterbacks Coach

Biography

Bush Hamdan brings seven years of collegiate coaching experience to the Atlanta Falcons. He spent the previous two years at the University of Washington – in 2016 he was the wide receivers/pass game coordinator, and during his first year with the Huskies he was the offensive quality control coach.
 
In 2014, he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Davidson, where he coached J.P. Douglas to a 66-percent completion percentage and a 130.4 passer rating. Before joining Davidson, he was the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Arkansas State. His starting quarterback, Adam Kennedy, completed 69.2-percent of his passes for 2,363 yards and a 139.9 passer rating.
 
Hamdan spent time at Florida (2012) as the wide receivers coach and coached tight ends at Sacramento State the year before (2011). In 2010, he worked as an offensive quality control coach for Maryland before being promoted to the quarterbacks coach for the team’s game in the Military Bowl versus East Carolina. During that season, he worked with the Terrapins, then freshman, quarterback Danny O’Brien, who broke several freshman passing records and earned ACC Rookie of the Year honors.
Bush Hamdan brings seven years of collegiate coaching experience to the Atlanta Falcons. He spent the previous two years at the University of Washington – in 2016 he was the wide receivers/pass game coordinator, and during his first year with the Huskies he was the offensive quality control coach.
 
In 2014, he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Davidson, where he coached J.P. Douglas to a 66-percent completion percentage and a 130.4 passer rating. Before joining Davidson, he was the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Arkansas State. His starting quarterback, Adam Kennedy, completed 69.2-percent of his passes for 2,363 yards and a 139.9 passer rating.
 
Hamdan spent time at Florida (2012) as the wide receivers coach and coached tight ends at Sacramento State the year before (2011). In 2010, he worked as an offensive quality control coach for Maryland before being promoted to the quarterbacks coach for the team’s game in the Military Bowl versus East Carolina. During that season, he worked with the Terrapins, then freshman, quarterback Danny O’Brien, who broke several freshman passing records and earned ACC Rookie of the Year honors.