Charlie Stubbs (American football)
September 2, 1955 |
|Alma mater||Brigham Young University|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1981–1982||Sea Island Academy|
|1985–1987||Oregon State (WR)|
|1988||Oregon State (QB)|
|1989–1990||Oregon State (OC)|
|1991–1993||Boiling Springs HS|
|1995||UT Martin (OC/QB)|
|2008–2009||Central Missouri (OC/QB)|
|2016||Oceanside Collegiate Academy|
|Head coaching record|
Charlie Stubbs (born September 2, 1955) is an American college football coach. He served as head football coach at Nicholls State University from 2010 to 2014, compiling an overall record of ten wins and 38 losses. Stubbs resigned on September 14, 2014, citing health issues for his decision.
Stubbs is an alumnus of Brigham Young University (BYU). He has also been an assistant at BYU (graduate assistant), Oregon State (wide receivers/offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach), Memphis (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach), Tennessee-Martin (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach), UNLV (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach), Alabama (passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach), Tulsa (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach), Louisville (offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach) and Central Missouri (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach).
Stubbs has published three books throughout his career: Wide Open Football, Developing an Explosive Offense, and his most recent, 101 Playmakers and Special Plays.
Head coaching record
|Nicholls State Colonels (Southland Conference) (2010–2014)|
- "Nicholls State football coach Charlie Stubbs resigns". NOLA.com. The Times-Picayune. September 14, 2014. Retrieved September 15, 2014.
- "2013 Football Coaching Staff". GeauxColonels.com. Nicholls State University. Retrieved November 23, 2013.
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