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Remington Rebstock


Remington Rebstock is in his fifth season overall coaching the safeties at Old Dominion.
In his fourth season in Norfolk, Rebstock led a veteran group of safeties, including Sun Belt honorable mention winners Shawn Asbury and Terry Jones. Jones  finished 26th in the country in tackles per game and finished with 107 on the year. Jones and Asbury combined for 200 stops on the year, with Asbury adding 93 tackles. Reserve safety Markus Knight played in passing downs and led the Monarchs in interceptions with two and also recovered a fumble.

Rebstock helped senior safety R'Tarriun to Sun Belt Conference honorable mention honors, as Johnson finished second on the team with 88 tackles, a pair of sacks and an interception. In total, four safeties recorded interceptions on the year, while Terry Jones tied for the team lead with two interceptions.

Johnson, Jones and Robert Kennedy finished second, third and fifth, respectively, on the team in tackles while Jones tied for fourth with 5.5 tackles for loss.

In 2021, Rebstock helped lead the way for the safeties to put their mark on the ODU defense. In his first year as a starter, R'Tarriun Johnson finished second on the team with 91 tackles and tied for the team lead with two interceptions and earned all-conference honors.. He tied for the team lead in interceptions with fellow safety, Joe Joe Headen. Headen, like Johnson, started 12-of-13 games and finished the year with 58 tackles and the two picks. He finished his career second in ODU history with 21 pass breakups. Mid-way through the season Terry Jones developed into a force at safety. Through the first five games of the season, Jones had four tackles. He finished the season with 65 stops as well as blocked a kick. 

The previous two years he coached the secondary at UTEP. He led the cornerbacks in 2018 and coached current Miami Dolphins starter Nik Needham.

Prior to UTEP, he spent three years as a defensive graduate assistant at Oklahoma State, helping in the secondary. While with the Cowboys he went to three bowl games and contributed to OSU’s three-straight 10-win seasons.

He began his coaching career in 2009 as a student assistant at Kansas State and was later a graduate assistant and co-director of recruiting for the Wildcats.

He and his wife, Alex, live in Norfolk. Alex was an assistant softball coach at UTEP for two seasons.