Guided quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to the BIG EAST Offensive player of the Year and first team All-BIG EAST. Threw for 3,718 yards and 27 touchdowns.
Led a dramatic improvement offensively in 2012, scoring 405 points and averaging 418.8 yards of total offense.
In 2011, coached Teddy Bridgewater to the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year Award and numerous freshman All-American awards.
Took over the play-calling duties mid-way through the 2010 season.
Directed an offense in 2010 that ranked ninth in the country in rushing offense at 247.6 yards per game, including four games where Nebraska ran for more than 300 yards in a game.
Under Watson's guidance in 2009, Nebraska averaged 147.1 rushing yards per game averaged 175.7 yards through the air. Zac Lee, who was in his first season as a starter, completed nearly 60 percent of his passes.
Watson's balanced attack a year earlier averaged 169.8 yards per game on the ground and 281.0 yards in the air, as the Huskers' 450.8 yards of total offense per game ranked 12th nationally.
Senior quarterback Joe Ganz set single-season school records for total yards with 3,826, and passing yards with 3,568 in 2008. He threw for 25 touchdowns while completing 67.9 percent of his passes, finishing his career with more than 20 NU records.
In 2007, the Huskers threw for a school-record 3,886 yards, including the top three passing days in school history. The Nebraska offense ranked ninth nationally at 468.2 yards per game, A pair of Watson's quarterbacks helped Nebraska rank seventh nationally in passing with a school-record 323.8 yards per game.
Coached on the staff of four teams that won the Big 12 North Division, including a conference title in 2001.
Coached at Northwestern from 1997-98, serving as quarterbacks coach for the Wildcats. Watson earned his spot at Northwestern following a three-year stint as the head coach at Southern Illinois, Watson's alma mater.
Earned his first head coaching job at Southern Illinois from 1994-96.
Tutored the tight ends for three years, wide receivers for two years and served as quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator in his final two seasons.
First full-time assistant coaching job came on Mike White's Illinois staff and was a part of two bowl teams at Illinois, including the 1983 Rose Bowl team.
All-BIG EAST Players Teddy Bridgewater (2012)
BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year