Jeremy Busch joined the University of Nebraska in July 2012 as an assistant football athletic trainer. Busch assists with all aspects of the athletic medicine efforts for the football team, including year-round preventive care, immediate care for injured athletes at practice and games and the reconditioning of injured athletes.
Busch came to Nebraska from Colorado State University after serving the previous six years as an assistant athletic trainer with the football program. Before CSU, he spent one year with the Indiana University football program, as well as spending time as an intern assistant athletic trainer with the Minnesota Vikings.
Originally from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Busch graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s of science degree in athletic training. He went on to graduate from the University of Minnesota with a master’s degree in sports management.
Married to the former Peggy Manning, Busch and his wife have twins, Emma and Landon.