Wyatt’s first season at UCF featured a host of weapons on the perimeter, as the Knights went 12-0 and repeated as American Athletic Conference Champions. Led by the receiving combination of Gabriel Davis, Dredrick Snelson and Tre Nixon, the wideouts totaled 1,535 yards and 16 touchdowns on the year. The receiving corps was the catalyst for explosive plays this season. 40 of UCF’s 106 plays of 20 yards or more came from the receivers, including a season-long reception of 75 yards from McKenzie Milton to Davis against Memphis. The Knights ranked eighth in the nation with 15.22 yards per completion and 30th in passing offense with 269 yards per game. UCF totaled 545.4 yards of total offense per game, good for third nationally. Davis led the team with 756 yards on 50 catches and earned Second Team honors from The American.
Wyatt is a 29-year veteran of collegiate coaching, taking part in numerous New Year's Six bowl games throughout his career. He has multiple years of experience as an offensive coordinator as well.
Wyatt was an offensive analyst at Oklahoma State in 2015, when the Cowboys went to the Allstate Sugar Bowl and ranked No. 7 in the nation in passing yards and No. 14 in scoring offense.
Wyatt was on the coaching staff at Texas from 2011 through 2013. He was co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach for the Longhorns in 2013, while serving as co-recruiting coordinator and wide receivers coach in 2011 and 2012. During his time at Texas, Wyatt's wide receivers earned five All-Big 12 accolades. With Wyatt's help as co-recruiting coordinator, the 2012 Texas signing class was ranked No. 2 in the nation.
In 2008-09, Wyatt was the associate head coach/offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach at Southern Miss. The Golden Eagles were No. 18 in the nation in scoring offense and No. 31 in total offense in 2009. In 2008, Southern Miss broke 36 offensive school records en route to the No. 20 total offensive output in the country.
Wyatt also has coaching experience with the University of Kansas, the University of Arizona, the Minnesota Vikings, Oklahoma, Baylor, Wyoming, Sam Houston State and Trinity Valley Community College.
Wyatt is a graduate of Kansas State University, where he played for two seasons after transferring from Trinity Valley Community College.