Jeremy Busch enters his first season as the Head Football Athletic Trainer of the Texas Tech football program in 2014. He came to Tech following two seasons at Nebraska as the assistant athletic trainer (2012-13).
During his two seasons with the Huskers, Busch assisted with all aspects of the athletic training program with the football team, including year-round preventive care, immediate care for injured student-athletes at practice and games and reconditioning of injured athletes.
Prior to his stint at Nebraska, Busch spent six years at Colorado State as an assistant athletic trainer with the football program. While at CSU, Busch was responsible for evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of the football and men's golf programs. He also oversaw the student athletic program.
Before CSU, he spent one season with the Indiana football program, as well as spending time as an intern assistant athletic training with the Minnesota Vikings.
Busch was a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the University of Minnesota football program and worked as an undergraduate at the University of Iowa with its football and men's basketball programs.
Originally from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Busch graduated from Iowa with a bachelor's degree of science in athletic training in 2002. He graduated from Minnesota with a master's degree in sports management in 2005.
Jeremy is married to the former Peggy Manning, and the couple has twins, Emma and Landon.