1998-1999 Kansas (GA)
Positions Defensive back
Name Clint Bowen
Conference Big 12 Conference
|1996 Kansas (GA)|
Role American Football coach
1997 Minnesota (GA)
Spouse Kristie Bowen
|Title Defensive Coordinator/Safeties|
Born June 27, 1972 (age 43) Lawrence, Kansas (1972-06-27)
Teams coached Kansas Jayhawks football (Defensive coordinator, since 2015)
Similar People David Beaty, Charlie Weis, Sheahon Zenger, Mark Mangino, Dave Campo
Children Banks Bowen, Baylor Bowen
Introductory press conference interim head coach clint bowen kansas football
Clint Bowen (born June 27, 1972) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the defensive coordinator and safeties coach at the University of Kansas. He was named the interim head coach of the Kansas Jayhawks on September 28, 2014 to assume the role of previous head coach Charlie Weis,.
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- Football career
Clint bowen weekly press conference kansas football 11 11 14
Bowen grew up in Perry, Kansas outside of Lawrence, Kansas, where he led his high school, the Lawrence Lions, to state titles in football, as well as track, graduating in 1990. In college, Bowen was a hard-hitting defensive back for the Jayhawks, in 92–93, following one season at Butler County Community College. He led the Kansas defense in tackles in 1993 with 114 total stops. That figure ranks as the third-most tackles by a Jayhawk defensive back in school history. Clint was instrumental in helping the Jayhawks to an 8–4 final record, a No. 22 national ranking and a win over BYU in the 1992 Aloha Bowl. He was the recipient of the school’s Willie Pless Tackler of the Year Award following his senior season in 1993. Bowen played college football for the Jayhawks under head coach Glen Mason. He later worked as an assistant coach at Kansas for Mark Mangino and Weis.
After losing his first four games as interim head coach, Bowen got his first win on November 8, 2014, when Kansas defeated Iowa State by a score of 34–14.
Bowen's father, Charley Bowen, was a high school All-American at Lawrence High School. His older brother, Charley Jr., was a four-year letterwinner as a defensive back for the Jayhawks (1989–1992).
Bowen and his wife, Kristie, have two sons, Baylor and Banks. Kristie is the 2014 Mrs. Kansas and was named Miss Kansas in 2001.