Greg Brohm joins WKU football staff

Greg Brohm/

Elliott Pratt

Greg Brohm, the older brother of head coach Jeff Brohm, has joined the WKU football coaching staff as director of football operations.

Greg spent the past two seasons as the head football coach at Thomas Nelson High School while also working in the real estate business.

Brohm was the director of football operations at the University of Louisville from 2004-09, serving under Bobby Petrino during his first stint at Louisville from 2003-06, and while Jeff Brohm worked as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator for the Cardinals.

Before working with the Cardinals, he served as president of the Louisville Fire in the Arena2 Football League from 2003-04, where Jeff was the head coach in 2002.

Much like the rest of the Brohm family, Greg lettered three-years at Louisville as a wide receiver under coach Howard Schnellenberger when the Cardinals won the 1991 Fiesta Bowl.

Greg was another product out of Trinity High School as a football, basketball and baseball player where he earned first-team All-State wide receiver honors and was selected as the third best high school receiver in the last 50 years by the Courier-Journal.

Before starting his post-collegiate career in football, Brohm worked as radio broadcaster for the Louisville Radio Network for nine years while also serving as an account manager for WHAS Radio.