|Position:||Head Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Southern Methodist '02|
• Widely considered one of the best and most innovative strength coaches in the country, Vic Viloria enters his seventh season as Florida State football’s head strength and conditioning coach.
• The Calmette, La., native joined head coach Jimbo Fisher’s staff in January 2010 from his alma mater SMU - where he spent the previous three seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach.
• Since joining the Seminoles over five years ago, Viloria and his staff have been a major part of Florida State’s resurgence. Over the last three years, Florida State has won three consecutive ACC Championships, compiled a nation’s-best 39-3 record, completed an ACC-record 29-game win streak, went undefeated (14-0) and captured the BCS National Championship in 2013, and advanced to the first College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl while finished 13-1 in 2013. Along the way, FSU set the modern-day three-year record for players selected in the NFL Draft with 29 Seminoles going in the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Drafts.
• The foundation for the unprecedented success is forged by Viloria. The Seminoles have made noticeable physical gains across the board and significantly cut back on injuries as Viloria and his staff remain on the cutting edge of technology. Under Viloria, FSU became the first college football program to utilize advanced GPS technology to measure energy exertion and regulate rest and physical action.
• Viloria was at LSU for three years where he worked under the supervision of Tom Moffitt before going to SMU. While at LSU he worked with the Tigers’ nationally ranked football and baseball programs as well as the swimming and golf teams.
• A disciple of renowned weightlifting coach Gayle Hatch, Viloria endorses the “Hatch System” which develops functional and explosive strength in players through the use of free weights, plyometrics and jumping drills.
• Viloria was a four-year letterwinner at linebacker for SMU and a three-time member of the All-Western Athletic Conference team. He led the Mustangs in tackles each of his final three seasons and recorded at least 10 tackles in 21 games over the course of his career.
• He was a member of the NFL Europe’s Scottish Claymores and is certified by USA Weightlifting.
• He is married to former SMU sprinter, Randi Taylor. They have two daughters, Taylor Ann and Mady.