James Vint has extensive experience as an offensive, defensive, and special teams coordinator at the high school and college levels. As an offensive coordinator, Vint's offenses are known for being innovative and on the cutting edge. He was one of the first coaches to run the pistol, and is considered one of the go to coaches in regards to the pistol and spread offenses.
Vint is currently the offensive coordinator at Estacado High School in Lubbock, Texas. He has been at Estacado since 2016. In 2019, the Matador Offense averaged 9.6 yards per play while posting nearly 6,000 yards of offense, en route to a 12-1 season.
Coach Vint has helped several schools install the pistol and spread offenses, including three schools that won state titles. As a defensive coordinator, Coach Vint took over a defense that had given up over 40 points a game and led them to six shutouts. They gave up just 6 points a game and posted a school record 98 tackles for loss in the regular season. His version of the odd stack is being used at high schools and colleges across the country.