Coaches

Josh-Resignalo

Josh Resignalo

Head Coach

Josh Resignalo, known to most players as Coach Res, brings experience of having both played and coached in multiple indoor football leagues. Before signing on with the Grizzlies, Resignalo was the Head Coach with the Triangle Torch. He has coached professional, junior college and high school football during his career. In the Grizzlies off-season, Resignalo is also the Varsity Assistant Coach at Sanderson High School.

His professional expertise extends to position Coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, head football coach, scout and general manager and his network of contacts in sports will be beneficial for his players.
Resignalo is no stranger to challenges and leading men, the former United States Marine Corps combat veteran fought two tours of duty in the Iraq War. Resignalo and his wife Angela reside in Garner, NC with their daughter, Shaelyn, and son Caleb.

Scott-Meserve

Scott Meserve

Assistant Head Coach

Scott Meserve began his coaching career more than 25 years ago after playing Offensive Tackle at Springfield College.  He coached for five years at the collegiate level with King’s College in Pennsylvania, Springfield College in Massachusetts, and Colgate University in New York.  Meserve then spent nearly two decades coaching high school teams as Defensive Coordinator and Head Coach, most recently at Smithfield Selma High School and Southeast Raleigh High School.

Over the last two years, Meserve has been Assistant Coach under Grizzlies’ Head Coach Joshua Resignalo with the Cape Fear Heroes and the Triangle Torch at the arena level where he led the offensive and defensive lineman.  While with the Cape Fear Heroes, he coached an all-conference center and assisted two players in continuing their careers in professional leagues internationally.  His experience, acumen and leadership ability help athletes excel under pressure. Meserve and his wife Debbie have three children, Seth, Benjamin, and Leanne.

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Damian Daniels

Defensive Coordinator

Daniels first major success in football came in 2000 where he played football at Shaw High School in Columbus, GA, winning a football state championship.  He then went on to play football at the University of West Georgia before entering arena football in 2007.  During his eleven years playing for arena teams, Daniels won four league championships, three with the Columbus Lions (2010, 2015 & 2016), and one with the Albany Panthers (2012). He also holds five Defensive Player of the Year awards winning in 2007 and 2009-2012. Daniels notes that his biggest accomplishment was being named All-Time interception leader of any league with 108 career interceptions.

Daniels coaching career began in 2008 as a DB coach at Brookstone School, winning coaching staff of the year in his first season and also in 2013. Daniels has four years of experience as defensive coordinator at the high school level.

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Bob Brewer

Assistant Coach

Bob Brewer was a four-year starter and captain for Winona State University. During his senior year, Brewer was awarded All-Conference, All-District and HM All-American Honors. In 2004, Brewer was inducted into the Winona State Athletic Hall of Fame-the only offensive lineman ever to receive that honor.   

Since competing, Brewer also served as the Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball coach for Springboro High School in Springboro, Ohio and was the Offensive Line Coach for his alma mater after his playing years. Bob currently owns Anytime Fitness in Boone, NC where the Grizzlies train.

Mo-Gore

Mo Gore

Assistant Coach

Mo Gore brings experience from multiple levels of football, having played receiver in college at Appalachian State University, coached wide receivers at Richmond Senior High School in Rockingham, NC, and now joining the Grizzlies to coach defensive backs. In high school, he was a four-time all-conference selection (two for football, two for track & field) and was also named Conference Special Teams Player of the Year during senior campaign.

At Appalachian State, Gore played under Hall of Fame coach Jerry Moore, and was also coached by Scott Satterfield in his first year of being named head coach at Appalachian. While at Appalachian, Gore was a part of the 2012 SoCon championship team. Mo’s father, Mike was also a part of a SoCon championship team at Appalachian State during the 1986 season coached by Sparky Woods. While at Richmond Senior High School, Gore was accomplished as a baseball coach, winning the 2016 SEC baseball championship as an assistant.
Gore is also helping grow Bone Dry Basement Solutions, which is a crawl space encapsulation business located in Boone, NC owned by his brother Bailey Gore.