Gary Patterson Family, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Parents, Contract, Salary

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Name Gary Patterson
Birthdate ( Age) 13 February 1960
Place of Birth Rozel, Kansas, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Kelsey Patterson (m. 2004)
Children Blake Patterson, Cade Patterson, Josh Patterson
Parents Name not Known
Education Kansas State University
Profession American football coach
Net Worth $6 Million
Last Update 2022

Gary Allen Patterson is an American football coach and former player. He is the former head football coach at Texas Christian University and the winningest coach in Horned Frogs’ history. Patterson has led the TCU Horned Frogs to six conference championships one Conference USA title in 2002 ,four Mountain West Conference titles and and nine bowl game victories—including victories in the 2011 Rose Bowl and 2014 Peach Bowl.

Gary Patterson Family, Parents

Patterson grew up in Rozel, Kansas and played football at Dodge City Community College and at Kansas State University. He received his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1983 from Kansas State University, where he became a member of the Acacia fraternity.

While coaching at Tennessee Tech, he earned a master’s degree in educational administration in 1984. Outside of coaching, Patterson plays guitar and performs at charity events around the Dallas-Fort Worth area during the off season.

Gary Patterson Wife, Children

Gary Patterson Wife

Gary Patterson Marriedw married with wife Kelsey Patterson in 2004.The Couple blessed with three childrens named Blake Patterson, Cade Patterson, Josh Patterson.

Gary Patterson Net Worth

Gary Allen Patterson is an American football coach and former player has an estimated Net Worth around $6 Million in 2021.His annual base salary of $4.75 million

Professuinal Career

Patterson began his coaching career in 1982 at Kansas State University as an assistant to head coach Jim Dickey. After subsequently serving a number of years as an assistant coach at a number of different schools, Patterson was hired by Dennis Franchione as the defensive coordinator at the University of New Mexico in 1996.

He had previously served as a linebackers coach at Tennessee Tech (1983-1984) where Franchione was the offensive coordinator and in the same capacity on Franchione’s Pittsburg State University staff in 1988, as well as playing on the 1980 Kansas State Wildcats football team when Franchione was an assistant on the coaching staff.

Patterson remains friends with former Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill from their time as coaches on Franchione’s Pittsburg State staff.Kill served as the best man during Patterson’s wedding to wife Kelsey in 2004.Patterson won his 110th game at TCU with a 56-0 rout of Grambling, passing Dutch Meyer as the winningest coach in program history. His teams have won 10 games or more in a season eleven times.

Only three times have they failed to reach a bowl, in 2004, 2013, and 2019. Patterson’s Frogs have earned a spot in the year-end top 25 ten times, counting his partial season as head coach in 2000.

He won a total of seven national “Coach of the Year” awards in 2009 in addition to being named the Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year for the second time (his third conference “Coach of the Year” award, overall).

The 2014 TCU Horned Frogs football team shared a conference title with Baylor and were ranked #6 by the inaugural College Football Playoff selection committee. Patterson once again won several national “Coach of the Year” honors for turning the team around after the disastrous 2013 season.

He was also named the Big 12 Chuck Neinas Coach of the Year.Patterson now has four conference coach of the year awards, from three different conferences, all earned while coaching the same program.

In August 2016, TCU announced Patterson’s contract had been extended through 2022, with an annual base salary of $4.75 million.Patterson and TCU mutually agreed to part ways on October 31, 2021, after a 3-5 start.