Tommy Tuberville, University of Cincinnati
AFCA: Renamed to the Board of Trustees in 2010. Previously served on the Board of Trustees from 2005-2008.
Current Coaching Position: Completed his second season as head coach at the University of Cincinnati in 2014 ...In 2014, he led the Bearcats to a 9-4 mark, an American Athletic Conference title and an appearance in the Military Bowl ... In 2013, he led the Bearcats to a 9-4 mark and an appearance in the Belk Bowl ... Has an overall record of 148-85 at Cincinnati, Texas Tech, Auburn and Mississippi.
Previous Coaching Experience: Head coach at Texas Tech University from 2010-2012 ... 20-17 in his three seasons at Texas Tech ... Guided Texas Tech to a 7-5 record and an appearance in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas in 2012 ... Led the Red Raiders to an 8-5 record in 2010 and a victory in the Ticket City Bowl ... Head Coach at Auburn University ... Ended the 2008 season with a 10-year record of 85-40 at Auburn ... Led Auburn to an 11-2 overall record and a victory in the AT&T Cotton Bowl in 2006 ... Led the Tigers to a 13-0 overall record and a victory in the Nokia Sugar Bowl in 2004 to earn AFCA Regional and National Coach of the Year honors ... University of Mississippi head coach, 1995-98 (25-20) ... Texas A&M University defensive coordinator, 1994 ... Aggies finished 10-0-1 in his only season on staff ... University of Miami (Fla.) volunteer assistant, graduate assistant, linebackers coach and defensive coordinator, 1986-1993 ... Arkansas State University defensive ends and linebackers coach, 1980-84 ... Hermitage (Ark.) High School head coach, 1978-79 ... Hermitage (Ark.) High School assistant coach, 1976-77.
Personal: Born: Sept. 18, 1954 ... B.S. from Southern Arkansas University, 1976 ... Wife: Suzanne ... Children: Thomas, Troy.
Tommy Tuberville Year-by-Year:
|1997||Ole Miss||8-4||Motor City Bowl|
|2003||Auburn||8-5||Music City Bowl|
|2005||Auburn||9-3||Capital One Bowl|
|2010||Texas Tech||8-5||Ticket City Bowl|
|2012||Texas Tech||7-5||Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas|
*- Southeastern Conference champion