|Current Team:||Arizona Wildcats football|
|Birth Day:||August 3, 1964|
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He played football, basketball and hockey at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis, Indiana. He later attended Purdue University, where he was teammates with future NFL greats like Ron Woodson.
Sumlin was born in Brewton, Alabama, on August 3, 1964. He later attended Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis, where he played football, basketball, and ice hockey.
In his final year with the Oklahoma Sooners, Sumlin's offense was one of the best in the country, averaging 44 points per game. In December 2009, it was announced that Sumlin was a finalist for the Paul "Bear" Bryant Award. In 2011, Sumlin coached Houston to a 12–0 start before losing the Conference USA Championship Game to the Southern Miss Golden Eagles.
On December 10, 2011, Sumlin told his players he was leaving Houston, effective immediately, in order to accept a job at another school. KRIV in Houston and ESPN's Joe Schad both reported that Sumlin was to become the new coach at Texas A&M. Special teams coordinator Tony Levine coached Houston in the 2012 TicketCity Bowl.
In 2012, Sumlin named quarterback Johnny Manziel his starter. Manziel would go on to win the Heisman Trophy and Sumlin would take Texas A&M, in their first year in the Southeastern Conference, to an 11–2 record, including victories over then #1 Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and #11 Oklahoma in the AT&T Cotton Bowl. The Aggies finished the 2012 season ranked in the top 5 of both the Coaches Poll and the AP Poll for the first time since 1956. Texas A&M would also lead the SEC in total offense, total scoring offense, total rushing yds, and led the nation in third down conversion percentage. Sumlin and the Aggies would become the first SEC team in history to amass over 7,000 yds in total offense. Coach Sumlin was the first head coach to win more than eight games in his first season as head coach.
On November 30, 2013, Sumlin agreed to a new six-year contract as head coach at Texas A&M. The contract, valued at $30 million over six years, was guaranteed. If Texas A&M had fired him after the 2015 and 2016 seasons, the buyout amounts ($20 million and $15 million respectively) would have had to be paid out within 60 days of termination.
On November 21, 2017, news outlets reported that Sumlin would be fired following the 2017 season finale against LSU. On November 26, 2017, Sumlin was fired after six seasons. He compiled a 51–26 record during his tenure. Despite never posting a losing record as the coach of A&M, he only won more than nine games once, and only had one winning record in SEC play. Sumlin received a $10.4 million buyout under the terms of his contact, and was replaced by Jimbo Fisher for the 2018 season.
On January 14, 2018, Sumlin was hired as the University of Arizona's head coach.
Kevin married a woman named Charlene and has children named Jackson, Joey, Shelby and Courtney.
|#1||Kevin Sumlin||56||$13 Million||$5 Million||United States|
|#2||Paul Rhoads||53||N/A||N/A||United States|
Currently, Kevin Sumlin is 57 years, 2 months and 20 days old. Kevin Sumlin will celebrate 58th birthday on a Wednesday 3rd of August 2022. Below we countdown to Kevin Sumlin upcoming birthday.
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