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Sport(s)  Football
1977  Wabash (assistant)
Positions  Defensive back
1975–1976  Purdue (GA)
Education  Heidelberg University
1972–1974  Windham HS (OH)
Role  Coach
1965–1968  Heidelberg
Name  Stan Parrish

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Born  September 20, 1946 (age 69) Cleveland, Ohio (1946-09-20)
1969–1971  Windham HS (OH) (assistant)

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Stanley Paul Parrish (born September 20, 1946) is an American football coach and former player. He was the head coach at Ball State University from 2009 to 2010. Parrish was previously the head coach at Wabash College, Marshall University and Kansas State University. He has been an offensive coordinator at Ball State and the University of Michigan, and has had a lengthy career working primarily with quarterbacks.

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As an assistant coach, Parrish was a member of the 1997 National Champion Michigan Wolverines and Super Bowl XXXVII Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Early life

Parrish was born on September 20, 1946 in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Valley Forge High School in Parma Heights, Ohio, and graduated in 1964. Parrish then attended Heidelberg College, where he played football as a defensive back from 1965 to 1968. He graduated in 1969 with a bachelor's degree.

Coaching career

After graduating from Heidelberg, Parrish began his coaching career at Windham High School in Windham, Ohio in 1969. He coached the Bombers first as an assistant, then as head coach. He led the Bombers to their first ever Ohio high school football playoff berth in his final year, 1974; only four teams in each division qualified in those early years of the playoffs. In 1975, Parrish joined the staff at Purdue University as a graduate assistant.

Wabash

Parrish had a highly successful 42–3–1 stay as head coach at Division III Wabash College from 1979 to 1982, where he coached future NFL player Pete Metzelaars. Parrish was the 29th head coach for the Little Giants in, and he held that position for five seasons, from 1978 until 1982. As of the 2007 season, Parrish's record at Wabash is ranked second in winning percentage (.924). While at Wabash, Parrish also coached the tennis team. Parrish is enshrined in the Wabash College Athletic Hall of Fame.

Marshall

In 1984, Parrish was hired as head football coach at Marshall University. In two years at Marshall, Parrish helped establish a lasting winning tradition for the school. In 1984, Parrish led Marshall to a 6–5 record, Marshall's first winning season in twenty years and the first since the team's 1970 air disaster. The following year, the Thundering Herd went undefeated at home and earned a #3 NCAA Division I-AA national ranking early in the season before fading to a 7–3–1 record. Partly as a result of the back-to-back winning seasons, plans for a new stadium at Marshall were in place before the next season began. Parrish left Marshall following the 1985 season to take the head coaching job at Kansas State University.

Kansas State

Parrish was not able to repeat his success at K-State in his three years as head coach. From 1986 to 1988 Parrish posted a 2–30–1 mark (.076 winning percentage). Parrish was fired after his team posted an 0–11 record in the 1988 season, and replaced by Bill Snyder.

Rutgers, Michigan, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

After leaving Kansas State, Parrish served as an assistant head coach at Rutgers University from 1990 to 1995. For the following six years, he coached at the University of Michigan, where he served as offensive coordinator in 2000 and 2001. As the quarterbacks coach, he worked with Brian Griese, Tom Brady, and Drew Henson. Parrish helped the 1997 Wolverines to victory in the Rose Bowl and the school's 11th national championship. Parrish spent the 2002 and 2003 seasons as the quarterbacks coach of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 2002, he tutored starting quarterback Brad Johnson, who led Tampa Bay to a 12–4 regular-season record and the first Super Bowl title in the franchise's history.

Ball State

Parrish was hired by head coach Brady Hoke as quarterback coach at Ball State following a one-year hiatus after leaving the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The following season, he was promoted to offensive coordinator, while retaining his quarterback coaching duties. In the 2008 season, Ball State had a historically successful campaign, winning their first 12 games before falling to Buffalo in the MAC championship game. Hoke used this success as a springboard to securing the head coaching job at San Diego State, resigning prior to the team's appearance in the GMAC Bowl. Rather than follow Hoke to San Diego State, Parrish accepted the position as his successor at Ball State. This was Parrish's first head coaching position in 20 years. At Ball State, Parrish compiled a 6–19 record, including two losses to FCS schools, a loss to a team who had an 18-game losing streak, and a return to the ESPN Bottom 10. He was fired after the 2010 season.

Siena Heights

In April 2011, Parrish was appointed as the quarterbacks coach at Siena Heights University prior to the inaugural season of the school's new football program under head coach Jim Lyall. His role is on a voluntary basis, which allows him to coach without any recruiting duties.

Eastern Michigan

In January 2013 Parrish was named the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for Eastern Michigan University under head coach Ron English for the upcoming season. Stan Parrish was named the interim head coach when English was fired after a 1-8 start to the 2013 season. The Eagles won their first game under Parrish's guidance, putting them in position to retain the Michigan MAC Trophy.

Head coaching record

Note: Parrish served as head coach for Ball State in the 2009 GMAC Bowl after Brady Hoke stepped down. Note: Parrish served as interim head coach for Eastern Michigan after Ron English was fired.

References

Stan Parrish Wikipedia


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