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Football Adds Billy Glasscock as General Manager – Ole Miss Athletics – Hotty Toddy



OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss Football has added industry veteran Billy Glasscock as its general manager, head coach Lane Kiffin announced on Monday.
Glasscock will oversee the day-to-day operations of Ole Miss’ player personnel, recruiting, performance analytics, academic support and other areas. He comes to Ole Miss following three seasons at Texas from 2021-23 as the director of player personnel.
“We are excited to add seasoned leadership to our team administration with the addition of Billy Glasscock,” Kiffin said. “He has played an integral role in program growth at several high-level institutions, and we look forward to experiencing his impact here at Ole Miss.” 
Glasscock has spent a decade overseeing all facets of recruiting and player personnel at Power Five programs. Prior to Texas, he was the director of player personnel at NC State, where he led recruiting activities and roster management from 2017-20. Before his time in Raleigh, Glasscock was the director of recruiting operations at Minnesota from 2011-16. In 2014, national recruiting analyst Tom Lemming named him one of five national directors of recruiting operations of the year.
Glasscock’s earlier experience comes on the coaching side. From 2009-10, he was a recruiting operations assistant and assistant strength and conditioning coach at Northern Illinois, with prior stints as an assistant coach at Arizona Western in 2008 and at Joliet Junior College from 2002-07.
Glasscock holds a bachelor’s degree from the United States Sports Academy. He and his wife Amanda have four children, Ava, Maddie, Will and Lily.
Glasscock Career At a Glance
2024-Present: Ole Miss (General Manager)
2021-23: Texas (Director of Player Personnel)
2017-20: NC State (Director of Player Personnel)
2011-16: Minnesota (Director of Recruiting Operations)
2009-10: Northern Illinois (Volunteer Assistant Coach)
2008: Arizona Western (Assistant Coach)
2002-07: Joliet Junior College (Assistant Coach)
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