|Position:||University of Nebraska Athletics|
|Other Position:||Assistant Strength Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Indiana State|
Dan Millington is in his second season as an assistant football strength coach at Nebraska. In his eighth year overall as a collegiate strength coach, Millington worked with Zach Duval for the first time in 2018, helping Duval implement his strength and conditioning program.
Previously, Millington served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at East Carolina from 2014 to 2017. At ECU, he assisted with all aspects of the football strength and conditioning program and worked with the women's basketball, track and field and swimming and diving programs.
Millington began his full-time career at Indiana State, his alma mater. He spent three seasons on the Sycamores' strength and conditioning staff, assisting with the football team while also designing and implementing strength, speed and conditioning programs for men's and women's basketball, baseball, women's soccer, volleyball, golf and track and field. Millington also developed, organized and served as the director of Indiana State's strength and conditioning clinic.
Millington earned his degree in exercise science from Indiana State in 2010, where he played on the Sycamores' defensive line and was a 2009 second-team academic All-American. Following his playing career, Millington served as a senior undergraduate intern with the strength and conditioning program at Indiana State, before accepting a postgraduate internship position at Villanova for the 2010-11 season. He returned to Indiana State following that stint and earned his master's degree in 2014.