Steve Stripling

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Steve Stripling
Biographical details
Born (1953-11-25) November 25, 1953 (age 67)
Playing career
1974–1975 Colorado
Position(s) Offensive lineman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1977–1978Colorado (GA)
1979 North Carolina (assistant)
1980–1983 Northern Illinois (OL)
1984–1989 Indiana (OL)
1990–1995Indiana (DL)
1996Indiana (DC/LB)
1997–2000 Minnesota (LB/RC)
2001–2002 Louisville (DL)
2003–2004 Michigan State (DL)
2005–2007 Michigan (DL)
2009 Central Michigan (AHC/DE)
2009Central Michigan (interim HC)
2010–2012 Cincinnati (AHC/DL)
2012Cincinnati (interim HC)
2013–2017 Tennessee (AHC/DL)
2018–2019Cincinnati (DL)
Head coaching record
Overall2–0
Bowls2–0

Steve Stripling (born November 25, 1953) is a retired American college football coach and former player. He was most recently the defensive line coach at the University of Cincinnati. Stripling served as interim head coach at Central Michigan University in 2009 [1] and the University of Cincinnati in 2012. [2] He coached Central Michigan in the 2010 GMAC Bowl and Cincinnati in the 2012 Belk Bowl, compiling an overall record of 2–0.

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Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffsCoaches#AP°
Central Michigan Chippewas (Mid-American Conference)(2009)
2009 Central Michigan 1–0W GMAC 2423
Central Michigan:1–00–0
Cincinnati Bearcats (Big East Conference)(2012)
2012 Cincinnati 1–0W Belk 22
Cincinnati:1–00–0
Total:2–0

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References

  1. "Steve Stripling named interim head coach at Central Michigan". USA Today . December 16, 2009. Retrieved October 15, 2016.
  2. "Cincinnati ends whirlwind week looking for Butch Jones' replacement as football coach". The Washington Post . Associated Press. December 7, 2012. Retrieved December 7, 2012.[ dead link ]