Chase Bitowf was hired in 2015 as the Video Coordinator for the Southern Miss football team. He oversees the daily video operations of the team, supervises a crew of students and provides technical support for the football coaching staff and players.
Bitowf reached new heights in his professional career in March 2017 when he was named the C-USA Video Coordinator of the Year by the CSVA. His honor also put him in contention for the Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year as well.
Bitowf spent 2014 as a video assistant for the Mississippi State football team. While with the Bulldogs, Chase provided video support for the team during their historic run to the 2015 Orange Bowl and school's first-ever number one ranking.
Prior to MSU, Bitowf worked at his alma mater, the University of West Alabama, as football video coordinator. He was responsible for handling all the technical aspects of UWA's football team and was part of a staff that helped the Tigers to the 2013 Gulf South Conference Championship.
Before UWA, he spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as a video assistant for the Cincinnati Bengals. Bitowf was responsible for all video pertaining to special teams. He also provided assistance in meetings, filmed free agent workouts and built edits for college scouting purposes.
Bitowf graduated from West Alabama in May 2011 with a degree in sports management. While at UWA, he played linebacker for the Tigers and was named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2008.
Chase is also an active member in the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA), an organization devoted to promoting the Video Coordinator in the sports industry. In 2014 he was awarded the groups Billy Vizzini Scholarship.