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Charlie Taaffe Sport(s) Football Current position Title Offensive Coordinator Team UCF Biographical details Born April 20, 1950 (1950-04-20) (age 60) Place of birth Albany, New York Playing career 1969 1970-72 Clemson Siena College Position(s) Quarterback Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1973 1974 1975 1976-80 1981-83 1984-86 1987-96 1997-98 1999-00 2001-05 2006 2007-08 2009-Present Albany (QB, RB) Georgia Tech (GA: WR) N.C. State (GA: OB) Virginia (QB, RB, LB, ST) Army (QB, RB) Army (OC) The Citadel Montreal Alouettes (OC) Montreal Alouettes Maryland (OC) Pittsburgh (OC) Hamilton Tiger-Cats UCF (OC) Head coaching record Overall 29-35 (CFL) 55-47-1 (College football) Charlie Taaffe (born April 20, 1950 in Albany, New York) is the Offensive Coordinator for the UCF Knights. Formerly he served as head coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats football club of the Canadian Football League and offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Maryland Terrapins. Contents 1 Early career 2 Coaching career 2.1 The Citadel 2.2 Montreal Alouettes 2.3 Maryland 2.4 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2.5 UCF 3 CFL coaching record 4 References 5 External links // Early career After 4 years as a college quarterback (1 with Clemson, then 3 with Siena College) Taaffe's coaching career began in 1973 as an Offensive Backfield coach at Albany. He then served two years as a Graduate Assistant at Georgia Tech (Wide Receivers) and North Carolina State (Offensive Backs). From 1976 to 1980 he was an Assistant Coach at Virginia, working with the Offensive Backfield, Linebackers, and Special Teams. From 1981-83 he was a Quarterbacks coach and Offensive Backfield coach at the U.S. Military Academy. From 1984 until 1986 Taaffe served a successful stint as an Army's offensive coordinator. In his three seasons as offensive coordinator, the Cadets had a combined record of 23-13. Coaching career The Citadel In 1987, Taaffe was hired as head coach of The Citadel. In 1992 he coached what was arguably the best in The Citadel's history, finishing 11-2 and was the top ranked team at the end of the regular season. The team however lost to Youngstown State in the quarterfinals. For his efforts, Taaffe won the Eddie Robinson Award. In 10 seasons at The Citadel, his overall record was 55-47-1, including six seasons of .500 or better and is the school's winningest head coach. Taaffe was suspended by the school for the entire 1996 season after his second drunken-driven arrest in three years. [1] Taaffe admitted to the police that he had four to six beers prior to driving [2] Charlie Taaffe was acquitted of the charges on February 6, 1997 after prosecutors failed to prove that Taaffe was under the influence when he was stopped. It was the second time he had been cleared of drunken driving. [3] Montreal Alouettes Taaffe was Offensive Coordinator of the CFL's Montreal Alouettes from 1997 to 1998, helping the Als to a 25-10-1 record. In 1999 he became the team's head coach. With Taaffe at the helm, the Alouettes had a combined 25-14 record, including an appearance in the 2000 Grey Cup. For his efforts in 1999 and 2000, Taaffe won the Annis Stukus Trophy as the CFL's Coach of the Year, making him only the second Montreal coach to win the award (Marv Levy being the first in 1974) and the first coach in CFL history to earn the honor in each of his first two seasons. While in Montreal, Taaffe's offenses put up some impressive numbers. In 2000, the Alouettes broke the CFL's all-time record for points in a regular season as they posted 594. Taaffe helped quarterback Anthony Calvillo to a 112.9 passer rating in 2000. Running back Mike Pringle also excelled in Taaffe's system, rushing for a league-best 1,656 yards in 1999. Maryland In 2001 Taaffe became Maryland's Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach. In his first year, Taaffe was able to steer Maryland to 390 points (a then school record) and an average of 35.5 points per game. The Terps' 439.7 yards of total offense per game were the best in the ACC. Taaffe's option offense helped the team to an average of 220.7 yards per game on the ground, second-best in the league. Shaun Hill flourished at quarterback and was a second team All-ACC selection. In 2002, the Terps set a school record for points scored with 451 while finishing second in the ACC in rushing (198.8 ypg) and scoring (32.2 ppg) offense. Taaffe helped guide quarterback Scott McBrien to an honorable mention all-league performer and finished 12th nationally in pass efficiency. At Maryland Taaffe's offense earned national respect with a balanced attack that beat opponents both on the ground and through the air. In 2004 he led the offense during the school's first-ever victory over Florida State, then ranked No. 5. A year earlier, Taaffe helped guide the Terps through injuries to finish the season ranked in the top 30 nationally in four offensive categories (rushing (24th), total offense (28th), scoring (27th) and pass efficiency (26th). Hamilton Tiger-Cats On December 15, 2006 Taaffe was hired as the head coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. With little talent to work with, Taaffe not surprisingly led the Tiger-Cats to a 3-15 record, with only one win against fellow Eastern Division teams. Despite Taaffe's offensive credentials, the Ti-Cats nearly 80 points fewer than any other team in the league. On September 8, 2008 the Tiger-Cats fired Taaffe and replaced him with offensive co-ordinator Marcel Bellefeuille. [4] UCF On January 5, 2009 the University of Central Florida hired Taaffe as Offensive Coordinator. [5] Charlie also brought his son Brian Taaffe, a freshman quarterback transfer from Fordham University.[6] CFL coaching record Team Year Regular Season Post Season Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Result MTL 1999 12 6 0 .666 1st in East Division 0 1 Lost in Division Finals MTL 2000 12 6 0 .666 1st in East Division 1 1 Lost in Grey Cup HAM 2007 3 15 0 .167 4th in East Division - - Missed Playoffs HAM 2008 2 8 0 .200 4th in East Division - - Fired References ^ Citadel coach suspended for season for DUI - Chicago Sun-Times ^ DUI Taaffe’s Suspension Was Well Warranted - The State ^ Former Citadel Football Coach Cleared Of DUI Charge - The State ^ http://canadianpress.google.com/article/ALeqM5gzG5psvoULlVPfsDzT0c5RGryAuQ ^ http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/orl-sportsfbcucf04010409jan04,0,4978498.story ^ http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/college/knights/orl-sportsfbctaaffe17011709jan17,0,931415.story External links Terrapins Bio Preceded by Dave Ritchie Montreal Alouettes Head Coaches 1999-2000 Succeeded by Rod Rust Preceded by Ron Lancaster Hamilton Tiger-Cats Head Coaches 2007-2008 Succeeded by Marcel Bellefeuille v · d · eThe Citadel Bulldogs head football coaches Sidney Smith (1905) • Ralph Foster (1906–1908) • Sam Costen (1909–1910) • L. S. LeTellier (1911–1912) • George Rogers (1913–1915) • Harvey O'Brien (1916–1918) • George Rogers (1919) • Harvey O'Brien (1920–1921) • Carl Prause (1922–1929) • Red Floyd (1930–1931) • Tatum Gressette (1932–1939) • Bo Rowland (1940–1942) • No team (1943–1945) • J. Quinn Decker (1946–1952) • John D. McMillan (1953–1954) • John Sauer (1955–1956) • Eddie Teague (1957–1965) • Red Parker (1966–1972) • Bobby Ross (1973–1977) • Art Baker (1978–1982) • Tom Moore (1983–1986) • Charlie Taaffe (1987–1995) • Don Powers (1996–2000) • Ellis Johnson (2001–2003) • John Zernhelt (2004) • Kevin Higgins (2005–) v · d · eEddie Robinson Award winners 1987: Duffner | 1988: Russo | 1989: Russell | 1990: McDowell | 1991: Ault | 1992: Taaffe | 1993: Allen | 1994: Tressel | 1995: Nutt | 1996: Barbier | 1997: Talley | 1998: Johnson | 1999: Matthews | 2000: Glenn | 2001: Lembo | 2002: Tate | 2003: Ayers | 2004: Kill | 2005: McDonnell | 2006: Moore | 2007: Farley | 2008: Matthews | 2009: Frazier | 2010: Samuel v · d · eAFCA Division I FCS Coach of the Year winners 1983: Dempsey | 1984: Arnold | 1985: Sheridan | 1986: Russell | 1987: Duffner | 1988: Satterfield | 1989: Russell | 1990: Stowers | 1991: Tressel | 1992: Taaffe | 1993: Allen | 1994: Tressel | 1995: Read | 1996: Tellier | 1997: Talley | 1998: Whipple | 1999: P. Johnson | 2000: P. Johnson | 2001: B. Johnson | 2002: Harbaugh | 2003: Biddle | 2004: Matthews | 2005: Moore | 2006: Moore | 2007: Moore | 2008: London | 2009: Talley | 2010: Keeler v · d · eMontreal Alouettes head coaches Hayman • Walker • Moss • Trimble • Mudra • Dalton • Etcheverry • Levy • Scannella • Eddy • Galat • Durchik • Faragalli • Price • Ritchie • Taaffe • Rust • Popp • Matthews • Popp • Trestman v · d · eHamilton Tiger-Cats head coaches Voyles • Trimble • Sazio • Restic • Dorow • Williams • Dickson • Shaw • Dimitroff • Payne • Kush • Riley • Bruno • Schmitz • Bruno • Beckman • Gregory • Sutherin • Bowman • Lancaster • Marshall • Lancaster • Taaffe • Bellefeuille Persondata Name Taaffe, Charlie Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 20, 1950 Place of birth Albany, New York Date of death Place of death