Coach Breitbach's Football Academy
Defensive Coaching Staff
Inside Linebackers / Special Teams Coordinator
After coaching with Greg Breitbach at North Dakota, George Love joins the Millersville staff as the linebackers coach and special teams coordinator for the 2013 season.
Since his graduation from Eastern Illinois in 2007, Love has coached with some of the best football programs in the nation. He built a relationship with Breitbach while coaching the outside linebackers at UND from 2009-11. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Love was instrumental in recruiting, camps and community service.
Prior to his stint at North Dakota, Love served as a graduate assistant at Northwest Missouri State from 2007-08, coaching the outside linebackers and coordinating the scout team offense. The Bearcats reached the NCAA Division II Championship twice and posted a 25-4 record in his two seasons on staff. Five of his players earned all-conference honors.
Love's career began as a student assistant coach at his alma mater. In the 2006 season, Eastern Illinois won the Ohio Valley Championship and reached the NCAA playoffs. One of his players earned All-America First Team honors. Most recently, Love coached the linebackers and assisted with the special teams at Eastern Illinois during the 2011 and 2012 seasons.
As a student-athlete, Love helped Eastern Illinois to two Ohio Valley Conference titles. He led his team in interceptions twice while playing in the secondary. He earned a bachelor's degree in general studies. He also worked toward a master's degree in education at Northwest Missouri State.
Outside Linebackers / Assistant Special Teams
Following an outstanding career with the Millersville Marauders, Matt Sutjak returned to his alma mater for the 2013 season under first-year head coach Greg Breitbach. Sutjak coaches the outside linebackers and is the assistant special teams coordinator.
Sutjak quickly progressed through the coaching ranks after his 2010 graduation from Millersville. He spent the 2012 season as the tight ends coach at the University of Rhode Island, which competes at the Division I FCS level. In addition to coaching the tight ends, he assisted in writing practice scripts, film breakdown, and recruiting. Following the season, he added assistant special teams coordinator to his list of responsibilities.
Prior to his tenure Rhode Island, Sutjak coached the secondary at Division III Lycoming College. Sutjak helped the defense ranked third nationally in total defense, second nationally in pass efficiency defense and first in the MAC in total defense. Three of his defensive backs were named all-conference and free safety Ray Bierbach was named All-America.
Sutjak, who graduated with a 3.15 GPA in social studies education, was regarded as highly intelligent player from his free safety position. After transferring from Central Connecticut State, Sutjak played in 33 consecutive games, totaling 239 tackles. He led the team in tackles in 2008 and 2009. He tied for the PSAC lead in interceptions with five during the 2010 season.