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Tell me more about this guy A&M fans. I had never heard of him until tonight, but he looks young as hell. Up and comer?
Wasn't he a former qb that went into UFC?
QB at Texas Tech under Mike Leach.
I have no idea. Kind of why I'm asking. Dude looked about my age. He called a great game though. Was looking for some more info on him.
He set some records at Texas Tech, but what Texas Tech QB did not under Leach
Dudes got some serious swag. Wayfarers on the sideline?
He tore it up at Texas Tech under Leach. One of those dink and dunk QB's that threw it 3,451 times a game for 400 yards. Not that old. Was a qb there in the 2000's at some point I think.
And probably skinny jeans from the looks of it.
Coach has Swagg
Same here. I consider Kingsbury one of Leach's most famous system QBs.
Kyle Kingsbury is the UFC fighter.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
He got the initials right though, it's "Kliff," not "Cliff."
Kliff....Cliff....Gold jacket....Green Jacket....
I put together some scenes from two Adam Sandler movies. A few are from Happy Gilmore and one is from The Waterboy. Let me know what you think!
He's about to get paid
Kliff Kingsbury has played and worked under some amazing offensive minds. While a player at Texas Tech from 1999-2002, Mike Leach was the head coach and OC and Art Briles, who coached Kevin Kolb and Case Keenum at Houston and RGIII and Nick Florence at Baylor, was the RB coach. Kingsbury then spent 2003 and part of 2004 as a backup with the Patriots playing under Bill Belichick and Charlie Weis and backing up Tom Brady. He spent parts of 2004 and 2005 with the Saints, playing under OC Mike McCarthy. He spent part of 2005 playing for Denver under Mike Shanahan and OC Gary Kubiak. After spending some time bouncing around the NFL and CFL, he started coaching at Houston in 2008 and was a quality control assistant under head coach Kevin Sumlin and offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen for two seasons. When Holgorsen left of Oklahoma State, Kingsbury became the co-OC and has followed Sumlin to A&M.
A rundown of the coaches he has either played for or coached with since he was a freshman at Texas Tech in 1999:
And that list is not exhaustive. It's fair to say that Kingsbury has had the opportunity to work with some of the very best, and he is definitely a name to watch for when head coaching jobs come up in the next couple of years.
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