Mark Whipple Family and Net Worth – Mark John Whipple is an American football coach who is the current offensive know all about him in this article.
Mark Whipple Wiki
|Name||Mark John Whipple|
|Birthdate||1 April 1957|
|Age (as of 2021)||64 Years|
|Place of Birth||Tarrytown, New York, United States|
|Children||Spencer Whipple, Austin Whipple|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
Mark John Whipple is an American football coach who is the current offensive coordinator of the University of Nebraska. Previously he served as offensive coordinator at the University of Pittsburgh until 2021. Whipple was the head football coach at University of New Haven from 1988 to 1993, Brown University from 1994 to 1997, and stints as the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass), from 1998 to 2003 and 2014 to 2018. His 1998 UMass team won the NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship.
Mark Whipple Family, Parents
Whipple was born in Tarrytown, New York before moving to Phoenix, Arizona at the age of nine. He is a graduate of Camelback High School, where he was an All-State performer in both football and baseball. Whipple was named the Arizona Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1975.Whipple went on to play football at Brown University, where he was a 1979 graduate with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
Whipple was the starting quarterback for the Bears in 1977 and 1978, leading Brown to a 13–5 record and a pair of second-place Ivy League finishes. He was a member of the Bears’ 1976 Ivy League championship team, the first Ivy football championship in school history.
Mark Whipple Wife, Children
Mark Whipple Married with Wife Brenda Whipple and the couple have two children together named Spencer Whipple, Austin Whipple but there is no much information is available on social media about his personal life.
Mark Whipple Net Worth
Mark John Whipple is an American football coach who is the current offensive coordinator of the University of Nebraska has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million – 4 Million in 2022.
Mark Whipple Contract and Salary
Whipple’s current contract pays $472,654 annually, which ranked 109th among the 121 Bowl Subdivision coaches whose salaries are public record.
Whipple began his coaching career as an assistant coach at St. Lawrence University in 1980, before serving as the offensive coordinator at Union College for next two seasons. In 1984, Whipple was hired as an assistant coach at his alma mater (Brown) where he worked with the wide receivers. The following season, Whipple spent as a member of the coaching staff for the United States Football League’s Arizona Wranglers under George Allen, assisting with the quarterbacks.
In 1994, he was hired by his alma mater to serve as head football coach at Brown University, where he spent the next four seasons. While at Brown, his 1997 squad set Ivy League and school records for total offense (474.3 yards per game) which included a single-game record of 629 yards against Yale. His 1995 team set several single-season records including most points (282), total offense (4,165 yards), passing offense (2,502 yards) and first downs (227).
In his first stint as coach of UMass from 1998 to 2003,he won the NCAA Division I-AA national title in his first season at the school.His UMass teams rewrote the record books, setting more than 40 team records. In 1998 his national championship team posted school records in points scored (524), touchdowns (73), total yards (7,074), passing yards (4,050), completions (306), and first downs (354).
On January 7, 2009, Whipple was named the offensive coordinator at Miami.Whipple was fired along with head coach Randy Shannon, following the end of the season loss to South Florida on November 27, 2010. After coach Tom O’Brien left Boston College to coach North Carolina State, it was reported that Mark Whipple was the leading candidate to replace him. That job eventually went to Jeff Jagodzinski.
He was reported to be the leading candidate for the Connecticut Huskies head football coach, an opening created when Randy Edsall left to replace Ralph Friedgen as the head coach at the University of Maryland, College Park following the 2010 season.
However, Connecticut hired Paul Pasqualoni on January 13, 2011.Whipple signed a contract with the Cleveland Browns on January 30, 2011 to be their quarterback coach. He was fired along with the rest of the Browns coach staff at the end of the 2012 season.