Charlie Partridge

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Charlie Partridge
Sport(s) Football
Biographical details
Born (1973-12-07) December 7, 1973 (age 43)
Alma mater Drake University
Iowa State University
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1996–1997 Drake (GA)
1998–1999 Iowa State (GA)
2002 Eastern Illinois (DL/RC)
2003–2005 Pittsburgh (DE)
2006 Pittsburgh (DL/ST)
2007 Pittsburgh (LB/ST)
2008–2010 Wisconsin (DL/ST)
2011–2012 Wisconsin (AHC/Co-DC/DL)
2013 Arkansas (AHC/DL)
2014–2016 Florida Atlantic
2017–present Pittsburgh (DL)
Administrative career (AD unless noted)
2000–2001 Iowa State (DFO)
Head coaching record
Overall 9–27

Charles James Partridge (born December 7, 1973) is an American college football coach.

Playing career[edit]

A native of Plantation, Florida, Partridge attended Drake University, where he was a team captain of the football team.[1] Later he also attended Iowa State University.

Coaching career[edit]

Partridge's first coaching experience was as a graduate assistant with the Drake Bulldogs and the Iowa State Cyclones. From there he became the defensive line coach of the Eastern Illinois Panthers. Partridge served as defensive line coach, linebackers coach, and special teams coordinator of the Pitt Panthers for five seasons before joining the Wisconsin Badgers. He was named co-defensive coordinator at Wisconsin in January 2011. On December 15, 2012 the University of Arkansas announced the hiring of Partridge as the defensive line coach. Partridge was widely credited as Wisconsin's lead recruiter in the state of Florida, and helped land five-star running back Alex Collins for the Razorbacks in his first two months on the job. Partridge followed former Wisconsin Badgers head coach Bret Bielema to Arkansas.

Partridge was hired as the head coach at Florida Atlantic on December 16, 2013.[2] He was fired on November 27, 2016.[3] On February 14, 2017 Partridge was announce as the defensive line coach at Pittsburgh.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Partridge is married with two children.

Head coaching record[edit]

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Florida Atlantic (Conference USA) (2014–2016)
2014 Florida Atlantic 3–9 2–6 7th (East)
2015 Florida Atlantic 3–9 3–5 6th (East)
2016 Florida Atlantic 3–9 2–6 T–6th (East)
Florida Atlantic: 9–27 7–17
Total: 9–27

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