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Fred T. Farrier Sport(s) Football Biographical details Born May 9, 1972 (1972-05-09) (age 39) Playing career 1990–1993 Holy Cross (MA) Position(s) Wide receiver Coaching career (HC unless noted) 2005–2008 Kentucky State Head coaching record Overall 19–25 Statistics College Football Data Warehouse Frederick T. Farrier (born May 9, 1972) is a former American football player and coach in the United States. He served as the head football coach at Kentucky State University from 2005 to 2008, compiling a record of 19–25. He was let go as of July 24, 2009. Farrier played college football as a wide receiver at the College of the Holy Cross. References External links Michigan State profile v · d · eKentucky State Thorobreds head football coaches Durall B. Evans (1921–1923) • Louis J. Harper (1924–1925) • Scott Brown (1926) • Roscoe C. Vaught (1927) • J. T. Williams (1928–1930) • Henry Kean (1931–1942) • No team (1943) • Norman Passmore (1944) • Bill Willis (1945) • Robert White (1946) • C. Randy Taylor (1947–1950) • George E. Edwards (1951–1956) • Joe Gilliam, Sr. (1957–1958) • Sam B. Taylor (1959–1962) • Mel Whedbee (1963–1967) • Charles Bates (1968–1969) • LeRoy Smith 1970–1981) • LeRoy Smith & Ron Mitchell (1982) • Larry Kirksey (1983) • Willie Williamson & Theo Lemon (1984) • James Walker (1985) • John K. Wright (1986) • William K. Head (1987–1989) • George James, Jr. (1990–1991) • Maurice Hunt (1992–1994) • George Small (1995–2000) • Donald Smith (2001–2003) • Cornell Burbage (2004) • Fred T. Farrier (2005–2008) • Wayne Dickens (2009– ) Persondata Name Farrier, Fred T. Alternative names Farrier, Frederick T. Short description American football player and coach Date of birth May 9, 1972 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a college football coach first appointed in the 2000s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e