Another day, another interview candidate. Colts wide receivers coach Clyde Christensen became the first person to actually interview for the position of offensive coordinator. His coaching career is as follows:
Mississippi 1979: Graduate Assistant
East Tennessee State 1980-82: QB/WR Coach
Temple 1983-85: QB/WR Coach
East Carolina 1986-88: OC AND RB/QB coach
Holy Cross 1989-90: WR/TE Coach in '89, OC in '90
South Carolina 1991: RB Coach
Maryland 1992-93: QB Coach
Clemson 1994-95: Co-OC/QB Coach
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1996-2001: TE Coach (96-98); QB coach (99-00); OC (01)
Indianapolis Colts 2002-present: WR Coach
He's certainly worked with some quality receivers in Indianapolis. For his time in Tampa Bay, here's what his bio at the Colts site says:
In 2001, Christensen presided over an attack that saw WR-Keyshawn Johnson post a franchise seasonal-best 106 receptions for 1,266 yards, while QB-Brad Johnson set a club seasonal mark with 340 completions. The offense set several club marks in 2000, including points scored and touchdowns. He helped the late-season development of rookie QB-Shaun King in 1999. King led Tampa Bay to four wins in its last five contests en route to the NFC Central title. King became the second rookie quarterback since the 1970 NFL Merger to win a playoff game, rallying the Buccaneers to a 14-13 Divisional Playoff win over Washington. Christensen wrapped up 1999 at the Pro Bowl as the NFC totaled a game-record 51 points.
Of course their offensive DVOA in 2002 was -2.5% and 21st in the NFL. The previous year, while he was QB coach they were ranked 12th, although their DVOA was actually worse that year at -2.8%.