Darby Dunnagan is in her seventh season as the Tigers' video coordinator.
Dunnagan's responsibilities include supervising a staff of student assistants who film football practice on a daily basis and other various athletic events. She also handles football film exchange with Memphis' opponents and cuts practice video for the coaching staff while utilizing the XOS Thunder system.
Dunnagan's office also plays a key role in streaming various athletic competitions and press conferences to the Tigers' official athletic website. Dunnagan was named the 2011 Collegiate Sports Video Association's C-USA Conference Video Coordinator of the Year.
A native of Rural Retreat, Va., Dunnagan worked two years as a graduate assistant in the video department at Marshall prior to coming to Memphis. While at Marshall, she prepared and distributed weekly opponent exchange tapes, supervised student assistants and assisted the video coordinator in the day-to-day operations of the department. She earned her master's degree in sports administration in May, 2007.
Dunnagan got her start in athletics at the University of Virginia while working on a bachelor's degree in anthropology and sociology. She was a student manager for the football team for two seasons before switching to the video department. She worked three years in video operations and earned her bachelor's degree in May, 2005.