Charlie Bailey

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Charlie Bailey
Biographical details
Born (1940-07-20) July 20, 1940 (age 80)
Poca, West Virginia
Alma mater University of Tampa
Playing career
c. 1960 Tampa
Position(s) Defensive lineman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1962 Poca HS (WV) (assistant)
1963 Brandon HS (FL) (assistant)
1964–1970 Tampa (assistant)
1971 Miami (FL) (assistant)
1972–1974 Rice (assistant)
1975–1981 Kentucky (assistant)
1982 Pittsburgh (DC)
1983–1984 Tampa Bay Bandits (AHC/DC)
1985 Florida (DC/ILB)
1986–1988 Memphis State
1990–1991 UTEP (DC)
1992 Orlando Thunder (DC/LB)
1993UTEP (DC)
1993–1999UTEP
2001 Orlando Rage (DC/LB)
Head coaching record
Overall31–73–2
Accomplishments and honors
Awards
University of Tampa Athletic Hall of Fame (1984)

Charlie Bailey (born July 20, 1940) is a former American football coach. He was hired as the head football coach at the University of Memphis in December 1985, where he put together a 12–20–1 record. He resigned from Memphis in 1989 after allegations that two of his athletes lied about contacts with school boosters. [1] In 1993, he moved to the University of Texas at El Paso, where he posted a 19–53–1 record. After the 1999 season, he was replaced by Gary Nord. [2]

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Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
Memphis State Tigers (NCAA Division I-A independent)(1986–1988)
1986 Memphis State 1–10
1987 Memphis State 5–5–1
1988 Memphis State 6–5
Memphis State:12–20–1
UTEP Miners (Western Athletic Conference)(1993–1999)
1993 UTEP 0–5 [n 1] 0–5 [n 1] 10th
1994 UTEP 3–7–11–6–19th
1995 UTEP 2–101–710th
1996 UTEP 2–90–88th (Mountain)
1997 UTEP 4–73–56th (Mountain)
1998 UTEP 3–83–5T–5th (Pacific)
1999 UTEP 5–73–46th
UTEP:19–53–211–40–1
Total:31–73–3

Notes

  1. 1 2 David Lee served as UTEP's head coach for the first seven games of the season, leading the Miners to a record of 1–6 with an 0–3 conference mark. UTEP finished the season at 1–11 overall and 0–8 in conference.

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