Meet Oscar McBride is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame du lac (’94) where he was a four year football letter winner under Coach Lou Holtz. After a short career in the NFL, Oscar received his Master’s Degree in Coaching, Athletic Administration and Exercise Science. Oscar is Chairman of the Fit4Life Youth Foundation, a California non-profit organization. This foundation operates various programs including Relentless Sports and Red Zone Youth Passing League which are dedicated to combating childhood obesity, youth fitness, wellness and character development. During the summer of 2010, Oscar traveled to Uganda and visited several of Uganda’s Catholic schools and parishes where he mentored young people while using sport (American flag football) as the relational platform.
An experienced educator and coach, Oscar recently taught while coaching both football and basketball at a local Catholic high school in Orange County, CA. Oscar was also awarded the coveted 2011 “Double Goal” Coach Award by the Positive Coaching Alliance presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance. Most recently, Oscar coached varsity football at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo, California and served as the Offensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach at Tesoro High School in Las Flores, California. Oscar currently serves as Associate Dean of Students and Offensive Coordinator at Servite High School in Anaheim, California. Oscar is a member of the National Positive Coaching Alliance, the National Federation of State High School Associations, the Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, the American Football Coaches Association, the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, World Class Speakers & Entertainers Bureau, the Denver Speakers Bureau, NFL Alumni, the Notre Dame Alumni Club of Orange County and the Notre Dame Monogram Club.