|Title||Special teams coordinator|
December 20, 1963 |
Shawnee Mission, Kansas
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1992–1994||Air Force (Assistant OL/JV)|
|2005–2006||Air Force (OLB/S)|
|2007||Air Force (AHC/ILB)|
|2008–2010||Wake Forest (WR)|
|2011||Wake Forest (Co-DC/ILB)|
|2012||Wake Forest (DC/ILB)|
|2013||Wake Forest (DC/OLB)|
|2016||Ohio State (STQC)|
|Head coaching record|
Brian Knorr (born December 20, 1963) is a college football coach. He was most recently the defensive coordinator for the Indiana Hoosiers football team. He graduated from the Air Force Academy and played quarterback. He also was an assistant at the Air Force Academy when he went to Ohio University with Jim Grobe. He was the head coach of the Ohio Bobcats program from 2001 to 2004. He was fired on November 18, 2004, after he compiled an 11–35 (.239) record in four seasons. He was replaced by the more successful Frank Solich. He previously served as a defensive coordinator under the previous head coach, Grobe. His best season came in 2004, when his team went 4–7, including 2–6 in conference play. Until February 2008 he served as an assistant head coach at the Air Force Academy under head coach Troy Calhoun. In 2008, he accepted a position that will reunite him with Grobe at Wake Forest University. In January, 2016, Knorr did not have his contract renewed by Indiana.
Head coaching record
|Ohio Bobcats (Mid-American Conference) (2001–2004)|
Assistants under Brian Knorr who became NCAA head coaches:
- "Knorr Named Defensive Coordinator At Air Force". TheDenverChannel.com. January 5, 2005. Retrieved 2010-04-11.
- Zach Osterman (January 16, 2016). "Hoosiers tap Indiana native Tom Allen as defensive coordinator". www.indystar.com. Indianapolis Star. Retrieved February 1, 2016.
- "Ohio State football | Joker Phillips hired as offensive quality control coach". Retrieved 2016-06-30.
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