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Art Briles resume


LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The man rumored to be one of the top possible candidates to replace Leach says he is committed to Baylor. However, Art Briles name is still in the hat as a candidate for Texas Tech football head coach.

Art Briles:

High School: Rule (Texas) High School
Last College: B.A., Texas Tech, 1979
Position: Head Coach
Birthday: 12/05/1955
Master's: Abilene Christian, 1984
Art Briles assumed Baylor's head coaching post Nov. 28, 2007.

Born: Dec. 3, 1955
High School: Rule [Texas] High School
College: Texas Tech, 1979 (B.A.); Abilene Christian, 1984 (M.E.)
Wife: Jan
Children: Jancy, Kendal and Staley

Playing Experience

Rule (Texas) High School, All-State Quarterback
University of Houston, Wide Receiver

Coaching Experience

2007-: Baylor, head coach

2003-07: Houston, head coach

2000-03: Texas Tech, running backs

1988-99: Stephenville (Texas) H.S., head coach/athletic director

1986-87: Georgetown (Texas) H.S., head coach/athletic director

1984-85: Hamlin (Texas) H.S., head coach/athletic director

1980-83: Sweetwater (Texas) H.S., assistant coach

1979: Sundown (Texas) H.S., assistant coach

DIVISION I-A Postseason Experience

2007 Texas Bowl (head coach)

2006 AutoZone Liberty Bowl (head coach)

2004 Fort Worth Bowl (head coach)

2003 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl (head coach)

2002 Tangerine Bowl (assistant coach)

2001 Alamo Bowl (assistant coach)

2000 Galleryfurniture Bowl (assistant coach)

1977 Cotton Bowl (student-athlete)

Named Baylor's head coach Nov. 28, 2007

The Briles Worksheet:

Year School Record Conference Record
2003 Houston 7-6 4-4
2004 Houston 3-8 3-5
2005 Houston 6-6 4-4
2006 Houston 10-4 7-1
2007 Houston 8-4 6-2
2008 Baylor 4-8 2-6

Totals 6 Seasons 38-34 26-22

Hawaii Bowl; Fort Worth Bowl; Liberty Bowl; Texas Bowl.

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