In Joe Seumalo's one season with the Spartans, scoring defense went down 10.1 points per game.
Cameron Radford was named San Jose State University’s Director of Football Digital Communications in March 2017. He joined the Spartans after nine seasons in various video and digital administrative roles with the Oregon State University football program.
Radford is responsible for managing and producing content for all San Jose State football social media platforms and oversees all aspects of video and technology services and support for the football staff.
In his first spring at San Jose State, Radford gained national notoriety for capturing, recording and posting the video of assistant coach Alonzo Carter briefly recreating his dance moves when Carter was a backup dancer to hip hop icon MC Hammer after a weekend spring practice session. Millions of clicks were counted and many national major mainstream media outlets reported on the story.
The 2010 Oregon State University graduate majored in psychology. He got his start in college athletics in 2008 as an undergraduate intern for Beaver football working in its video department. Radford was promoted to assistant video coordinator in 2011 and director of football video and technology in 2015. As the director, he managed a $300,000 budget, was the primary resource to solve all technological challenges faced by the coaching staff and student-athletes, and produced compelling and entertaining video content for the team, alumni and fans of the program.
In 2016, “Arizona Motivational,” a video his department produced, was a finalist in the motivational category for a SAVVY Award sponsored by the College Sports Video Association (CSVA) – the nation’s premiere network of college sports video professionals.
He is a member of College Sports Video Association.