Del Miller
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Del Miller
Del Miller
Biographical details
Born (1950-11-06) November 6, 1950 (age 70)
Marengo, Iowa
Playing career
c. 1970Central (IA)
Position(s)Linebacker, fullback, defensive back
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1972-1974Plainfield HS (IA)
1975-1976Eagle Grove HS (IA) (DC)
1977Eagle Grove HS (IA)
1978-1988Iowa (assistant)
1989-1990Kansas State (OC)
1991-1994Kansas State (AHC/OC)
1995-1998Southwest Missouri State
2000Oklahoma State (OC)
2001-2002Kansas State (assistant)
2002-2003Kansas State (DE)
2003-2005Kansas State (co-OC/QB)
2006-2008San Diego State (OC/QB)
2009-2016Kansas State (OC/QB)
Head coaching record
Overall21-23 (college)

Del Miller (born November 6, 1950, Marengo, Iowa) is a former American football coach and former player. He graduated from Iowa Valley High School in 1968.[1] He was an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Kansas State University for many years, and shared offensive coordinator duties with Dana Dimel from 2009-2016. Miller served as the head football coach at Southwest Missouri State University--now Missouri State University--from 1995 to 1998, compiling a record of 21-23.

Miller was a longtime assistant to Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder. He was the first assistant hired by Snyder in 1989 has served three separate stints with the program. Miller and Snyder had previously coached together as assistants at the University of Iowa under Hayden Fry.

Head coaching record

College

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Southwest Missouri State Bears (Gateway Football Conference) (1995-1998)
1995 Southwest Missouri State 4-7 1-5 7th
1996 Southwest Missouri State 7-4 3-2 T-2nd
1997 Southwest Missouri State 5-6 3-3 4th
1998 Southwest Missouri State 5-6 3-3 T-3rd
Southwest Missouri State: 21-23 10-13
Total: 21-23

References

  1. ^ "Iowa Valley Class of 1968". IowaSchools.com. Retrieved .

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