Offensive, Defensive, & Special Teams Coordinator
Rampage Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator Josh Christensen enters his first full season as the fourth head coach in Rampage history after taking over the reigns mid-2017 season. Josh is an original Rampage player who joined the team in 2009 and played from 2010-16 before a leg injury mid-season effectively led him into coaching. (To note, Josh still suits up in games as an emergency offensive lineman!)
Josh then began coaching after his
injury and was named the team's Offensive Coordinator for the 2016 Winter
Pigskin Classic in which the Rampage faced the defending SPFL and National
Champions, the South Central Hawgs, who were led by arena quarterback Jon Wulf.
In that game, the Rampage lit up the scoreboard to outlast the Hawgs, 24-19, in
a thrilling contest which marked a new era in Rampage football, particularly for
However, as the East Division Champions and top seed in the
East, Midwest then hosted the 1st Round and Semifinal games in which they won,
56-0, and 30-8, respectively, over the Dakota Bulldogs and South Central Hawgs,
to advance to the team's first SPFL championship game. In the title game
versus the Buffalo Ridge Wildcats--only the second in team's history as Midwest
played for the 2011 Midwest Football Alliance championship--the Rampage ended up falling, 55-42, in the
highest-scoring SPFL championship game to finish as the 2017 SPFL Runner's Up.
Overall as a head coach, Josh's record is 6-2 and since becoming a coach for the team, the Rampage have won 13/16 games. For 2018, Christensen is not just intending to lead the Rampage to their third championship game, but to the organization's first title!
Josh is a Dows (IA) native whom attended both Wartburg College and the University of Iowa. He is a former high school math teacher turned lawyer and now also serves as a Business Law professor at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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