Tom Dilley, who won multiple high school football state championships as a coach in Indiana, joined the Butler coach staff in 2013. Dilley is BU's tight ends coach.
"(Coach Dilley) has been an outstanding and well-respected
head football coach in Indianapolis for years," said Butler head
coach Jeff Voris. "His experience, knowledge and teaching
ability is a tremendous benefit for our players and program."
Dilley served as head coach at Bishop Chatard High School from 1990 to 2002 and as head coach at Lawrence North High School from 2003 to 2012. He guided Chatard to back-to-back state championships in 2001 and 2002. His 2002 Chatard squad posted a perfect 15-0 season.
As head coach at Lawrence North, he finished second on the
school's all-time wins list and sent 50 of his players on to play
college football. He was the Nike Indiana Coach of the Year in
2001, the Indianapolis Star Super Team Coach of the Year in 2002
and a three-time Bloomington Herald-Times 3A Coach of the
Year. He's the first person in the history of the IHSAA
football playoffs to win state championships as a player, assistant
coach and head coach.