|Position:||Director of Video Technology|
|City/State:||New Iberia, La.|
Tate Guillotte is in his second season as the director of video technology at Nebraska in 2017, after previously serving as the assistant video director for five seasons.
Guillotte leads the video staff in providing all technology needs for the Husker coaching staff, including film exchange and breakdown of practice and game footage. Guillotte helps facilitate the filming and editing of all games and practice. With Guillotte's help, Nebraska was one of the first two schools in the country to begin shooting, editing and distributing practice video in HD.
Along with his on-field responsibilities, Guillotte also has played the lead role in Nebraska's transition to digital playbooks as well as the implementation of advanced analytical data for self and opponent scouting. Guillotte oversees all facets of technology integration for the Husker football program.
Guillotte came to Nebraska after spending two years as an intern with XOS and the SEC Digital Network. During his time with the SEC Digital Network, Guillotte gained valuable experience in historic footage preservation and conversion into digital assets. Guillotte was also a student videographer at LSU from 2006 to 2011. He also worked as a developing partner with an industry-leading company to develop software that is currently the industry standard.
Guillotte is originally from New Iberia, La. He and his wife, Melynnda, have two sons, Carson and Nolan.