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Kliff Kingsbury was born on 9 August, 1979 in San Antonio, Texas, U.S., is an American football player and coach (born 1979). Discover Kliff Kingsbury's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is he in this year and how he spends money? Also learn how he earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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Age 44 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 9 August, 1979
Birthday 9 August
Birthplace San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
Nationality United States

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Kingsbury graduated 3rd in his class of 450, and was an Academic All-State selection.


Kliff Timothy Kingsbury (born August 9, 1979) is an American football coach and former quarterback who is the offensive coordinator for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL).

Kingsbury was born on August 9, 1979, in San Antonio, Texas.

Kingsbury played football at New Braunfels High School, where his father was head coach.

Kingsbury also was a member of the baseball, basketball, and track teams.

As a quarterback at New Braunfels, Kingsbury threw for 3,009 yards and 34 touchdowns while leading the team to the Class 5A Division II semifinals and a 13–2 record.

He was named the offensive MVP in the Texas High School Coaches All-Star Game.


Kingsbury played 43 games at quarterback for the Texas Tech Red Raiders from 1998 to 2002, completing 1,229 of 1,881 passes for 12,423 yards with 95 touchdowns and 40 interceptions.

Kingsbury set 39 school records, 13 Big 12 Conference records, and 7 NCAA FBS records.


In his redshirt freshman year in 1999, Kingsbury appeared in six games, starting the season finale against Oklahoma.

He completed 25 of 57 passes for 492 yards, four touchdowns and an interception in his initial collegiate season.


In 2000, he assumed the starting role and connected on 362 of 585 passes for 3,418 yards, 21 touchdowns and 17 interceptions.

He added two scores on 78 carries.

His season ended with a loss to the East Carolina Pirates in the Bowl, with a final score of 40–27.

Kingsbury was also an Academic All-Big 12 Conference choice following his sophomore campaign in 2000.


As a junior in 2001, Kingsbury was an All-District first-team selection and All-Big 12 Conference second-team pick by the league's coaches for his performance.

He completed 365 of 528 passes for 3,502 yards, 25 touchdowns and only nine interceptions.


In 2002, Kingsbury averaged 350.2 yards per game, setting a new record with 5017 yards and his 45 touchdown passes nearly doubled his mark set during the 2001 season.

As a senior, Kingsbury led Texas Tech to a 9–5 record, defeating Big 12 Conference rivals Texas, Texas A&M and Baylor, in addition to a 55-15 routing of the Clemson Tigers in the Tangerine Bowl.

Following the 2002 season, he was awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy, annually presented to the nation's best college passer.


He played college football at Texas Tech, finishing in the top three in several school passing records before being selected in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL draft by the New England Patriots.

In 2003, he held the NCAA records for career plays, career plays per game, single season and career passing attempts, single season and career passing completions, highest single game completion percentage, career lowest percentage of passes intercepted, and most single season and career games gaining 200 yards or more.

Kingsbury was only the third player in college football history to throw for over 10,000 yards, gain over 10,000 yards in total offense and complete over 1,000 passes in a career.

He also became just the fourth player in college football to throw for over 3,000 yards three times during his career.

Kingsbury was selected by the New England Patriots with the 201st overall selection (6th round) of the 2003 NFL Draft.

He did not play in his rookie season of 2003, spending the year on the Patriots' injured reserve with an arm injury.

He did, however, get a Super Bowl ring.


He was waived by the Patriots on September 6, 2004.

He was signed by the New Orleans Saints to the team's practice squad, where he spent the entire 2004 season.

He went to training camp with the Saints that season and completed 10-of-21 passes for 139 yards with a long of 57 yards and two interceptions.


He later played for other teams before entering coaching in 2008.


Kingsbury was offensive coordinator of the 2011 Houston Cougars that led the NCAA in nearly all offensive statistics that season, averaging 50 points and nearly 600 yards per game.


He was additionally selected as a Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-American and Player of the Year, a unanimous All-Big 12 Conference first-team selection, was named the Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year, and finished 9th in Heisman Trophy voting.

These awards followed a season during which he shattered his own school single-season records by completing 479 of 712 passes (67.3 percent) for 5,017 yards, 45 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions.

He also added two rushing scores on 102 carries.

He, along with Graham Harrell, are the only Texas Tech quarterbacks to have beaten both the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns during their careers as starters.

Kingsbury led Tech to 3 bowl games in his 3 years as a starter, with a 24-16 overall record.


He was also the head coach of Texas Tech (2013–2018) and the NFL's Arizona Cardinals (2019–2022).

Kingsbury has been cited for helping develop quarterbacks such as Case Keenum, Johnny Manziel, Baker Mayfield, Patrick Mahomes, Kyler Murray, and Caleb Williams.


Kingsbury was inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame in 2018.