Gary Pinkel is an American college or university football coach who has a net worth of ten million. Gary Pinkel was created in 1952 in Akron, Ohio, and he had college football as a small end for Kent State from 1970 unless 1973. The college coaching career of his started with Kent State as a graduate assistant from 1974 till 1975 when he assumed the job of tight end coach for Washington. Right after investing 2 seasons coaching wide receivers for Bowling Green, Pinkel returned to Washington as a wide receiver coach for 4 years before he was promoted to offensive coordinator in front of the 1984 season. Pinkel kept the part until 1990 when Toledo hired him as the head coach of theirs. Pinkel stayed with Toledo for close to a decade before he was hired as the head coach for the Faculty of Missouri Tigers in 2001. As of 2014, Pinkel remains the head coach of the Tigers. He's amassed a 184-102-3 head coaching record to date, which includes a 6 4 all time mark of bowl games. He picked up one conference championship in 1995 with Toledo in the MAC. Since coaching with Missouri, Pinkel has earned 3 Big twelve North division championships and a single SEC East division championship. Pinkel was named MAC Coach of the entire year in 1995 and, 2 years later, was inducted into the Kent Athletic Hall of Fame. As of 2014, Pinkel is one of the top five of wins for all coaches who are active.
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