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Scot Loeffler

Scot Loeffler

  • Quarterbacks

Coaching Experience

2009- Present Florida (Quarterbacks)
2008 Detroit Lions (Quarterbacks)
2002-07 Michigan (Quarterbacks)
2000-01 Central Michigan (Quarterbacks)
1998-99 Michigan (Graduate Assistant)
1996-97 Michigan (Student Assistant)

Coaching Accomplishments

  • Led a Florida quarterback unit that led the nation in pass efficiency (167.3) in 2009. They passed for 3,305 yards for 28 touchdowns with just five interceptions. Florida ranked second in the SEC in passing offense with an average of 236.1 yards per game.
  • Guided Tim Tebow in his final season at Florida, during which he passed for 2,895 yards and 21 touchdowns, finishing his senior year with a passing efficiency of 164.17. The quarterback left Florida with five NCAA, 14 SEC and 28 UF records
  • Spent one season in the NFL with the Detroit Lions, where he guided a quarterback unit that threw for 2,960 yards.
  • Led the Michigan quarterbacks for six seasons, most recently guiding second-round draft pick Chad Henne. Under the tutelage of Loeffler, Henne became the first true freshman QB to lead his team to a Big Ten title and start in a BCS bowl game. Henne set school marks in career passing yards (9,715), touchdowns (87), completions (828) and attempts (1,387).
  • Helped develop John Navarre into the team's first All-Big Ten first-team quarterback since 1997.
  • Prior to his term with his alma mater, Loeffler served as Central Michigan's quarterbacks' coach for two seasons, 2000-01.
  • Helped guide two NFL quarterbacks in Tom Brady and Brian Griese as a graduate and student assistant at Michigan and was a part of the Wolverine staff during the 1997 undefeated season and National Championship title.
  • Has seen the quarterbacks he coached at Michigan go on to play in 219 regular-season NFL games, including 196 starts. In addition, those players have garnered a combined four Super Bowl rings as pros.

Prominent Players Coached
FLORIDA

  • QB TIM TEBOW: 20th Anniversary William V. Campbell Trophy winner, who is also a three-time Heisman Trophy finalist, taking home the award as a sophomore in 2007. The two-time SEC Offensive Player of the Year (2007 & 2009) threw for 9,285 yards and 88 touchdowns in his four seasons at Florida, while having also gained 2,947 yards on the ground with 57 rushing touchdowns, both school records by a Florida quarterback.

MICHIGAN

  • QB CHAD HENNE: Holds school record for career passing yards (9,715), touchdowns (87), completions (828) and attempts (1,387). Became the first quarterback in Wolverine history to throw 20 or more touchdown passes in each of his first three seasons.
  • QB JOHN NAVARRE: All-Big Ten first-team quarterback who set seven passing marks and six career records at Michigan.
  • QB TOM BRADY: NFL MVP and two-time Super Bowl MVP with the New England Patriots who led the Wolverines to Citrus and Orange Bowl victories in 1998 and 1999. Set school record for most completions in a season (214) in his first year as a starter.
  • QB BRIAN GREISE: Led Michigan to an undefeated season and a share of the National Championship in 1997. Selected as MVP of the Rose Bowl in 1997 and went on to become a Super Bowl champion and NFL Pro Bowl selection as a member of the Denver Broncos.

NFL Players (Round Drafted)
QB Brian Griese (3rd) - Michigan '98 - Denver Broncos
QB Tom Brady (6th) - Michigan '00 - New England Patriots
QB Drew Henson (6th) - Michigan '03 - Houston Texans
QB John Navarre (7th) - Michigan '04 - Arizona Cardinals
QB Chad Henne (2nd) - Michigan '08 - Miami Dolphins

Playing Career
Quarterback for the Michigan Wolverines from 1993-96.

Personal Information
Age: 35
Birthdate: Nov. 1, 1974  
Hometown: Barberton, Ohio
Education: Michigan (1998)
Family: Married to Amie Loeffler. Has one son, Luke.

Bowl Games as a Coach
1999: Citrus
2000: Orange
2003: Outback
2004: Rose
2005: Rose
2005: Alamo
2007: Rose
2008: Capital One
2010: Sugar

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