Tim Stowers

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Tim Stowers
Current position
TitleAssistant coach
Team Minor HS (AL)
Biographical details
Born (1958-02-08) February 8, 1958 (age 66)
Union Springs, Alabama, U.S.
Playing career
1977–1978 Auburn
Position(s) Linebacker, offensive lineman, defensive lineman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1979–1983 Auburn (assistant)
1984 Jacksonville State (assistant)
1985–1987 Georgia Southern (OL)
1988–1989Georgia Southern (OC)
1990–1995Georgia Southern
1998 Temple (OL)
1999Temple (OC)
2000–2007 Rhode Island
2010–2012 Central Connecticut (AHC/OC)
2014–2017 Holmes (OC)
2018–2020 Southwest Mississippi CC
2021–present Minor HS (AL) (assistant)
Head coaching record
Overall84–80 (college)
22–39 (junior college)
Tournaments6–2 (NCAA D-I-AA playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
1 NCAA Division I-AA National (1990)
1 SoCon (1993)
Awards
AFCA NCAA Division I-AA Coach of the Year (1990)
SoCon Coach of the Year (1993)
A-10 Coach of the Year (2001)

Timothy Stowers (born February 8, 1958) is an American football coach and former player. He served as the head football coach at the Georgia Southern University from 1990 to 1995 and the University of Rhode Island from 2000 to 2007, compiling a career college football coaching record of 84–80. His 1990 Georgia Southern Eagles football team won the NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship. Stowers was the head football coach at Southwest Mississippi Community College from 2018 to 2020.

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Head coaching record

College

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
Georgia Southern Eagles (NCAA Division I-AA independent)(1990–1992)
1990 Georgia Southern 12–3W NCAA Division I-AA Championship
1991 Georgia Southern 7–4
1992 Georgia Southern 7–4
Georgia Southern Eagles (Southern Conference)(1993–1995)
1993 Georgia Southern 10–37–11stL NCAA Division I-AA Quarterfinal
1994 Georgia Southern 6–55–3T–3rd
1995 Georgia Southern 9–45–3T–3rdL NCAA Division I-AA Quarterfinal
Georgia Southern:51–2317–7
Rhode Island Rams (Colonial Athletic Association)(2000–2007)
2000 Rhode Island 3–82–79th
2001 Rhode Island 8–36–35th
2002 Rhode Island 3–91–811th
2003 Rhode Island 4–83–8T–8th
2004 Rhode Island 4–72–6T–6th
2005 Rhode Island 4–72–66th
2006 Rhode Island 4–72–65th
2007 Rhode Island 3–82–7T–4th
Rhode Island:33–5720–51
Total:84–80
      National championship        Conference title        Conference division title or championship game berth

Junior college

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
Holmes Bulldogs ()(2014–2017)
2014Holmes4–53–3
2015Holmes4–53–3
2016Holmes7–34–2
2017Holmes6–33–3
Holmes:21–1613–11
Southwest Mississippi Bears ()(2018–2020)
2018Southwest Mississippi1–80–6
2019Southwest Mississippi0–90–6
2020Southwest Mississippi0–60–6
Southwest Mississippi:1–230–6
Total:22–39

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