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Dana Bible's Coaching Career
EDUCATION: Earned a B.A. from Cincinnati in 1976. Received his M.B.A from that same institution in 1982.
PERSONAL DATA: Born 10/30/53 in Erie, Pa. Married to the former Nancy Huber of Cincinnati. Has two children, Adele (24) and Logan (19).
BOWL EXPERIENCE: At NC State - 2011 Belk Bowl, 2010 Champs Sports Bowl, 2008 Papajohns.com Bowl; At Boston College - 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl, 2005 MPC Computers Bowl, 2004 Continental Tire Bowl, 2003 Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl, 2002 Motor City Bowl, 2001 Music City Bowl, 2000 Aloha Bowl, 1999 Insight.com Bowl; At Stanford - 1996 Sun Bowl, 1995 Liberty Bowl; At San Diego State - 1986 Holiday Bowl.
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: With first-year starter Mike Glennon at QB in 2011, his total of 31 touchdown passes on the season was second-best in school history, and also ranked second in the ACC on the season. Glennon also tied school records for TDs thrown in a game (5) and touchdown responsibility in a game (6) in the comeback win versus Maryland. In 2010, helped coach second-team All-ACC performers Russell Wilson (QB) and Owen Spencer (WR). Wilson led the conference in total offense, passing and touchdown responsibility and ranks second in ACC history for his career in that category. The 2010 Wolfpack offense was first in the league in passing offense, second in scoring offense and fourth in total offense. Bible's offense also led the ACC in first downs, and was second in time of possession. In 2009, QB Russell Wilson led the ACC in touchdown passes and ranked fourth nationally with 31. Between 2008-09 Wilson set an NCAA record with 379 pass attempts without an interception. Also in 2009, wide receiver Owen Spencer broke his own ACC record for yards per catch with a 25.5 mark to lead the nation. In 2008, Wilson was the first-team All-ACC quarterback and ACC Rookie of the Year. He led the ACC in passing efficiency (133.93), total offense (213.0 ypg) and touchdown passes (17) and had the fewest interceptions nationally (1). As a team, the 2008 Wolfpack ranked third in the ACC in passing offense and fifth in total offense. NC State offense has posted marks that rank in the top-10 in school history in completions, attempts, passing yards, and completion percentage during each of his three years back with the program. The 2007 Wolfpack squad set the school record for pass attempts (502) and posted the second-highest completion tally (281) in school history. NC State threw for 2,948 yards in 2007, the fifth-highest total ever for a Pack squad. The 2005 Boston College squad led the ACC in total offense, averaging 387.8 yards per game. The 2006 Eagle offense ranked second in the league with 355.6 yards per contest and led the ACC in passing yards at 241.2, turnover margin at 1.15 and first downs. BC quarterback Matt Ryan was named first-team All-ACC in 2006. Nominated for the 2000 Frank Broyles Award, given to the top assistant coach in the country. Quarterbacks coach for the 1990 Cincinnati Bengals squad which won the AFC Central Division championship and advanced to the playoffs. Coached at NC State under Tom Reed for three seasons in the 1980s, mentoring former Wolfpack greats such as Erik Kramer, Haywood Jeffires, Naz Worthen and Danny Peebles.
PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS COACHED: At NC State - Owen Spencer, Haywood Jeffires, Erik Kramer, Danny Peebles, Naz Worthen; At Boston College - Matt Ryan, Will Blackmon, Tim Hasselbeck, Quinton Porter, Brian St. Pierre; At Stanford - Randy Fasani, Todd Husak, Chad Hutchinson; At Cincinnati - Danny Barrett; At San Diego State - Alfred Jenkins, Patrick Rowe, Ray Rowe.