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Troy Calhoun Calhoun in July 2008 Sport(s) Football Current position Title Head coach Team Air Force Record 33–18 Biographical details Born September 26, 1966[1] Place of birth McMinnville, Oregon[1] Playing career 1985–1988 Air Force Position(s) Quarterback Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1989–1994 1995–2001 2001–03 2003–05 2006 2007–present Air Force (asst.) Ohio (OC/QBs) Wake Forest (OC/QBs) Denver Broncos (asst.) Houston Texans (OC) Air Force Head coaching record Overall 33–18 Accomplishments and honors Awards 2007 MWC Coach of the Year Troy Calhoun (b. September 26, 1966) is the head football coach for the United States Air Force Academy, replacing Air Force legend Fisher DeBerry. He was previously the offensive coordinator for the NFL's Houston Texans and a Quarterback for Air Force. Contents 1 Early life 2 Assistant career 3 Air Force 4 Head coaching record 5 References 6 External links // Early life Calhoun was born in McMinnville, Oregon in 1966, although his family moved to Roseburg, Oregon when Calhoun was just three years old. Calhoun attended Roseburg High School, where he played football under longtime Roseburg coach Thurman Bell. Along with Bell, Calhoun also counts Dayton High coach Dewey Sullivan— a Calhoun family friend— as an early influence.[2] Calhoun joined the Air Force Academy in 1985, becoming one of just two freshmen to letter on the Falcons' 1985 team that finished 12-1. From 1986 to 1988, Calhoun was the team's starting quarterback.[2] Assistant career After graduating from the United States Air Force Academy in 1989, he served on the Air Force coaching staff under Fisher DeBerry as a graduate assistant during the 1989-90 seasons. He went on to serve as the Falcons' recruiting coordinator and the junior varsity offensive coordinator over the 1993-94 seasons. In 1995, he moved to Ohio University where he served as the quarterbacks coach for two seasons, and was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1997. During his first season at Ohio, his offense had measurable success, particularly in games against Eastern Michigan, in which the school totaled 612 yards, second most in school history. The team also captured a win against Maryland, which was Ohio's first victory over a school from the ACC. The following week, Ohio fell three points short of defeating Kansas State. In his final year at Ohio, the offense set a school record with 418.1 yards per game and rushed for a school best 3,553. The Bobcats also ended the season with wins over two bowl teams, Minnesota and Marshall. Calhoun became offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach of Wake Forest University in 2001. During Calhoun's second season, the Demon Deacons led the ACC in total offense with 408.1 yards per game, with a league best 990 plays and only 16 turnovers. Calhoun began his NFL career with the Denver Broncos as a defensive assistant in 2003, and later moved to offense and special teams. When Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak was hired as the Texans' head coach, Kubiak brought Calhoun along and made Calhoun his offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Calhoun finished out the 2006 season with the Texans before taking over at Air Force. Air Force Calhoun was hired on December 22, 2006 to be the head football coach for Air Force, replacing DeBerry who retired after 23 years as the Falcons' head coach. In his first season as head coach of the Falcons, he took the team to a 9-3 record, and a spot in the Armed Forces Bowl against Cal. On December 4, 2007, Calhoun was named Mountain West Coach of the year for 2007.[1] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/Playoffs Coaches# AP° Air Force Falcons (Mountain West Conference) (2007–present) 2007 Air Force 9–4 6–2 2nd L Armed Forces 2008 Air Force 8–5 5–3 4th L Armed Forces 2009 Air Force 8–5 5–3 4th W Armed Forces 2010 Air Force 8–4 5–3 T–3rd TBA Independence Air Force: 33–18 21–11 Total: 33–18       National Championship         Conference Title         Conference Division Title †Indicates BCS bowl game. #Rankings from final Coaches' Poll. °Rankings from final AP Poll. References ^ a b NFL.com, Houston Texans Coaching Staff. Retrieved: 2010-01-14. ^ a b Allen Moody, From Dewey's Couch to the Air Force Sidelines. The News-Register, 25 September 2007. Retrieved: 2010-01-14. External links Air Force Falcons bio Preceded by Fisher DeBerry Air Force Head Football Coach 2007–present Succeeded by incumbent Preceded by Joe Pendry (interim) Houston Texans Offensive Coordinators 2006-2007 Succeeded by Mike Sherman Preceded by Bronco Mendenhall Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year 2007 Succeeded by Kyle Whittingham v • d • e Mountain West Conference Head Football Coaches Troy Calhoun (Air Force) • Bronco Mendenhall (BYU) • Steve Fairchild (CSU) • Bobby Hauck (UNLV) • Mike Locksley (New Mexico) • Brady Hoke (SDSU) • Gary Patterson (TCU) • Kyle Whittingham (Utah) • Dave Christensen (Wyoming) v • d • e Air Force Falcons head football coaches Whitlow • Shaw • Martin • Parcells • Hatfield • DeBerry • Calhoun Persondata Name Calhoun, Troy Alternative names Short description Date of birth September 26, 1966 Place of birth McMinnville, Oregon Date of death Place of death