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Former Head Football Coach of the Baylor Bears
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Art Briles Biography

Art Briles was born December 3, 1955 and is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at Baylor University, a position he has held since the 2008 season. From 2002 to 2007, Briles was the head coach at the University of Houston. He is also the author of Beating Goliath: My Story of Football and Faith (2014).

In 2013, Briles led Baylor to arguably the best season in school history. The Bears started the season 9-0, propelling them as high as third in the nation at one point. They ultimately finished with a school-record 11 wins and only the second top-ten finish in school history. A 30-10 win over Texas in the final game of the season garnered them the Big 12 Championship and the school's first-ever BCS bowl appearance with a trip to the 2014 Fiesta Bowl. News reports on the day after the Fiesta Bowl named Briles as the leading candidate to replace Mack Brown as head coach at the University of Texas, however, Briles would announce on January 3 his return to Baylor for the foreseeable future.

In 2014 Briles again coached the Bears to another outstanding season. The Bears finished with another 11 win season and repeated as Big 12 Champions; this time earning a berth in the Cotton Bowl Classic, one of the prestigious New Years Six bowl games. Baylor also finished the year ranked #7 in the AP poll, their third top ten finish in school history.

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