Returning for his second season as a member of the Tiger coaching staff, Damon Yaffe played a significant role in Towson’s rise to the top of the Colonial Athletic Association last season.
In his role as the Tigers’ Quality Control offensive coach, Damon is visible on the Tiger sidelines during games charting plays.
A Baltimore native, Damon has worked in and around the sports culture on both local and national levels. He has coached on a regular basis since 1992, at the youth, high school and NCAA DI levels.
After spending five years coaching youth level football, basketball and lacrosse, Damon joined the coaching staff at Baltimore Polytechnic High School. He coached varsity football and lacrosse at Poly for four years (1996-1999).
Then, Damon moved on to The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland where he coached football and lacrosse for eleven seasons (2000-2010).
In the business world, Damon has worked in professional sports and for local and national sports media since 1994. He interned for the Baltimore Ravens (NFL) in Pro Player Personnel (1996/97), College Scouting (1997/98) and Public Relations (1998/99).
He worked game day jobs for the Ravens (1996-2000), which included P.A. Spotting and writing for GAMEDAY MAGAZINE.
In addition, Damon worked for CBS Radio/Television as a producer and talent for the Ravens Radio Network, and sports talk radio for 15 years (1996-2011). CBS Baltimore was the Ravens flagship for a decade (1996-2006) and Damon worked in all phases of operations including promotions, producing, engineering, reporting and on-air talent.
He produced pre game, halftime, post game, coaches shows and players shows and in 2001 he stepped from behind the scenes to become part of the Ravens on-air pre & post game team as an analyst and co-host (2001-2006). Damon co-hosted and produced Gameday Uncensored (2007, 2009, 2010).
He is currently the co-host of “Catch The Buzz,” a daily radio show on WNST-Radio (1570 AM) which airs daily.