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Sport(s)  Football, lacrosse
1976–1978  Army (assistant)
1973  MacArthur HS (NY)
1979  Illinois (assistant)
1974  East Stroudsburg (DL)
Name  Steve Axman
1975  Albany (OL)

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Born  June 10, 1947 (age 68) Huntington Station, New York (1947-06-10)
Books  Attacking Coverages With the, Coaching Quarterback Passing, 101 Concepts for Effecti, Coaching Offensive Backs, Coaching Critical Situation

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Steve Axman (born June 10, 1947) is an American college football coach. He was the head coach at Northern Arizona University from 1990 to 1997, compiling an overall record of 48 wins and 41 losses. Axman also served in the same capacity at Nicholls State University in 2014. He inherited the program in mid-September 2014, after being hired on an interim basis to replace Charlie Stubbs who had resigned after three games due to health issues. He was replaced by Tim Rebowe at the end of the season.

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