Mike Nobler is in his third year on the Nebraska staff in 2011, where he serves as football video director. Nobler's primary responsibility lies in overseeing Nebraska's 45-client XOS coaching video network that is utilized by the whole football coaching staff on a near-daily basis. Along with a video staff of eight, Nobler implements the video system for the day-to-day use by coaches, including the taping and editing of practice and games along with opponent video breakdowns. Nebraska was one of the first two schools to begin shooting, editing and distributing practice video in HD in the spring of 2011.
Nobler previously spent two years as a field representative for the maker of the Huskers' current video system, XOS Digital. He provided on-site support, installations of all software and hardware as well as staff training on thevideo system in college football and basketball and NFL video departments. Nobler also provided maintenance and troubleshooting for technical issues in the Windows-based programs along with various other XOS software applications.
Nobler returned to a college football video department after spending four years as assistant video director at Oklahoma. He handled video of practice and games while working alongside the OU coaching staff as a video editor, and was a co-network administrator supporting the OU video setup. Nobler also spent one year in a similar video position at Illinois. A year earlier, he served a 12-month video internship with the St. Louis Rams.
A native of Lake Villa, Ill., Nobler graduated from Western Illinois University in 2001 with a degree in communications. He is married to the former Heather Saluri, and the couple has a daughter, Madeline.