"Shane Montgomery" (born 3/14/1967) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the Youngstown State University, a position he has held since the 2010 season. Montgomery served as the head football coach at Miami University from 2005 to 2008, compiling a record of 17–31.

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I told my players in the locker room, though, that whatever happened today was not going to affect our goal this season, which to win the MAC championship. That goal is still in place. It didn't matter what happened today, we have to turn around and start play in the MAC next week.

Kent Smith was a huge threat, running and passing. He's a huge threat offensively.

This was a game we've been looking for. We really hadn't put a complete game together yet.

With the way the facilities are going and with the positive movements we're making all around, I think that's going to be able to attract more quality student-athletes. We have to keep upgrading recruiting every year.

They could have felt sorry for themselves, being down two players, or they could have come out fighting, and that's what they did.

I think I'm disappointed not in the effort of our team, but in making plays.

When you have to come to work every day and see them on the wall, you realize the people that have been here. Everybody knows Miami as the Cradle of Coaches.