Dyce before a Redblacks game in 2019.
|Position(s)||Special Teams Coordinator|
|University||University of Manitoba|
|1992–1993|| St. Vital Mustangs (CJFL)|
|1994–1995|| Winnipeg Hawkeyes (CJFL)|
|1996–2002|| Manitoba Bisons (CIS)|
|2003–2009|| Winnipeg Blue Bombers |
|2010–2011|| Saskatchewan Roughriders |
(passing game coordinator)
|2012|| Saskatchewan Roughriders |
|2013–2015|| Saskatchewan Roughriders |
(special teams coordinator)
|2015|| Saskatchewan Roughriders |
|2016–present|| Ottawa Redblacks |
(special teams coordinator)
|Career highlights and awards|
Bob Dyce is the special teams coordinator for the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League (CFL). He was formerly the interim head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He was promoted to head coach on August 31, 2015, following the dismissal of Corey Chamblin.He was formerly the Roughriders' special teams coordinator from 2013 to 2015 and the team's offensive coordinator in 2012. He was replaced as head coach of the Roughriders on December 7, 2015 by former Edmonton Eskimos head coach Chris Jones. He attended the University of Manitoba where he played wide receiver with the Manitoba Bisons.
|Team||Year||Regular season||Post season|
|SSK||2015||3||6||0||.333||5th in West Division||-||-||Missed playoffs|
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