|Position:||Director of Video Technology|
|Hometown:||Sioux Falls, S.D.|
Matt Haron is in his first season as Nebraska's director of video technology in 2019. Haron is in his 11th season overall working in football video, including his fifth as a football video director.
In his role with the Huskers, Haron leads the planning and execution of all video and technology needs for the Nebraska coaching staff and players. He is responsible for all technology within the football department. Haron directs a staff that is responsible for filming practices and games for the coaches and players and oversees all video exchange of college and NFL film for the coaching staff to break down.
Haron came to Nebraska after serving as the director of football video at Memphis for three seasons from 2016 to 2018. While at Memphis, Haron implemented many technology updates, including player iPads, video server upgrades and various technology advancements throughout the facilities. Prior to Memphis, he was the director of football video at South Alabama in 2015 and assistant video coordinator at Florida in 2013 and 2014. Haron assisted in the football video department at the Jacksonville Jaguars during his time at Florida. He spent the 2012 season as a video intern for the Minnesota Vikings.
Haron earned his bachelor's degree in both broadcasting and advertising/public relations from Nebraska in 2012. At Nebraska, Haron was a football video student assistant for three seasons. He completed his master's degree in sport management from the University of Florida in 2016.
Haron is an executive board member of the Collegiate Sports Video Association, as Secretary. He assists in organizing the annual conference among collegiate sports video coordinators.
Haron is married to the former Katherine Wiatr. He and his wife have one daughter, Lillian.