Stoute is entering his first season as head coach with the Titans in 2013. Stoute is entering his second season as assistant head coach and director of player personnel for the Milwaukee Mustangs.
He spent the last three seasons with the Milwaukee Mustangs of the Arena Football League (AFL) serving as the Mustangs assistant head coach and director of player personnel. Prior to his time with the Mustangs, he spent time with the Green Bay Blizzard where he was assistant head coach and director of player personnel… in both 2006 and 2008 helped lead the Blizzard to a Division Championship and a trip to the ArenaCup in 2006, and in 2007 he spent one season as the Laredo Lobos head coach before returning to Green Bay.
Adding to his lengthy resume in Indoor Football, he served as the fullback/linebackers coach and special teams coordinator for the Tampa Bay Storm of the AFL in 2005 and spent 2004 as the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator for the Indiana Firebirds of the AFL.
He was named the head coach of the Manchester Wolves in 2003 where he took a team that won just three games the previous season and turned it into a postseason threat, sending the franchise to its first trip to the postseason after finishing 10-6.
He was the director of football operations and player personnel for the New England Sea Wolves in 1999 and followed the franchise when it moved to Toronto and became the Phantoms and was named the Phantoms’ head coach and general manager in 2001 and led them to a 13-15 record over two seasons, including an Eastern Division Championship 2001.
In 1997, he spent his first season in the front office with the Florida Bobcats of the AFL where he was an offensive assistant as well as the team’s director of player personnel, while in 1996 he took over as offensive coordinator and receivers coach for the Charlotte Rage.
He began his AFL coaching career in 1995 when he was offered the job with the Connecticut Coyotes as assistant defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach…earned his first coaching job in 1992 when he was hired to work with special teams for Southern Connecticut State University.
Corey Bethany returns to the Titans after joining the team midway through its inaugural season in 2012.
Bethany began his indoor coaching career in 2007 as the Special Teams Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach for the River City Rage of the UIF. He was instrumental in helping the Rage win an IFL United Conference Championship in 2009.
In 2011, Bethany received his first Offensive Coordinator opportunity with the Nebraska Danger of the IFL. As an expansion team, he generated a high powered offense which was ranked in the top 5 in offensive scoring, yards, passing, and rushing touchdowns. His offense currently holds the franchise record for most points scored in a single game (84).
During the offseason, Bethany is a varsity assistant coach for Missouri Class 6 Christian Brothers College High School. He works on both sides of the football, coaching the Wide Receivers and Defensive Backs. Since starting with CBC in 2010, the team has compiled a 34-3 record, 3-time Metro Catholic Conference Champions, 3-time Missouri Class 6 District Champions, and 2011 Missouri Class 6 State Runner-Ups.