Current occupation: Offensive Coordinator, Michigan State.
Alma Mater: Miami (Ohio)
1986-91 Youngstown State, quarterbacks, receivers, running backs coach and offensive coordinator.
1992-93 Miami (Ohio), running backs and receivers coach.
1994 Cincinnati, receivers coach.
1995-96 Stanford, running backs coach.
1997-98 Boston College, co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and receivers coach.
1999 North Carolina State, running backs coach.
2000-02 Michigan State, receivers coach.
2003 Ball State, receivers coach and offensive coordinator.
2004-06 Cincinnati, offensive coordinator.
2007-pres. Michigan State, offensive coordinator (HC for two games).
Achievements: Served as head coach for Michigan State's wins over Northern Colorado (45-7) and Wisconsin (34-24). MSU established a school record with 28 touchdown passes in 2009, and the 3,502 passing yards ranked second in the school record books.
Notes: Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio said that the Spartans would not have won the Big Ten title without Don Treadwell as offensive coordinator.
Listen to Don Treadwell:
In this Oct. 16, 2010, file photo,Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio, left, and offensive coordinator Don Treadwell embrace following their 26-6 win over Illinois in an NCAA college football game in East Lansing, Mich. (AP Photo/Al Goldis, File).