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This is an update of a previousarticlein my New Coaching Impact series to reflect roster moves and changes since it was first published on January 24th, 2019. Please enjoy.
Kliff Kingsbury has seen a rapid ascent in landing his first NFL head coaching position. Kingsbury has just over 10 years of experience in the coaching field. All of his experience came in college before being hired by the Arizona Cardinals on January 8th, 2019. The highly coveted offensive mastermind started as a quarterbacks coach in college with the Houston Cougars from 2008-2009. From there, Kingsbury became the offensive coordinator/assistant head coach in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
Kliff Kingsbury saw success in Houston and became the offensive coordinator at Texas A & M where he coached Johnny Manziel to a Heisman Trophy as a Freshman. The former quarterback was also a Heisman Trophy candidate himself in 2002 while playing for the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
Kingsbury turned his success at College Station into a head coaching job at Texas Tech in 2013. The offense run there was wildly successful while the youngster held the head gig for six years in Lubbock, Texas. As one of the top passing game minds in college football, Kingsbury was able to produce a top-10 finish in passing yards each of those six years (five of the six ranked top five). Kingsbury also coached the Red Raiders to a top-25 scoring offense in five of his six years on campus. Take a look at how his offenses finished in scoring and passing yards per game during his tenure as the Texas Tech mentor.
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