|Position:||Assistant Football Strength Coach|
|Hometown:||Oklahoma City, Okla.|
Darren Mustin is in his second season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Nebraska in 2017. Mustin came to Lincoln after spending two years at Army West Point working as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Black Knights.
In addition to serving as a strength coach for Army's football team, Mustin was responsible for creating and implementing a pro-day program for players interested in pursuing a professional football career. Mustin previously served as a football strength coach at USC, where he also created a training program for the men's tennis team, which won the 2014 national championship.
Before USC, Mustin worked at D1 Sports Training in Nashville, Tenn. and Huntsville, Ala., serving as Head Strength Coach for the NFL Combine, Facility Coordinator and Head Speed and Strength Coach. He also spent three years as a strength and conditioning coach at Dartmouth from 2010 to 2012.
Mustin graduated from Alabama with a degree in human environmental studies in 2007. Mustin played two seasons for the Crimson Tide football team. Originally a walk-on, he earned a scholarship for his final season in 2007, when he also was selected as a co-captain. Mustin began his collegiate playing career at Middle Tennessee State.
Mustin is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, has received his USA Weightlifting Certification and is CPR/AED certified.