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Tim Cramsey
Sport(s)Football
Current position
TitleOffensive coordinator
TeamMarshall
ConferenceC-USA
Biographical details
Born (1975-10-08) October 8, 1975 (age 44)
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Alma materUniversity of New Hampshire (BS, 1998)
Playing career
Position(s)Quarterback/Long Snapper

Tim Cramsey is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Marshall University.

Coaching careerEdit

Tim Cramsey got his coaching start, in 2001, as an assistant coach at his high school alma mater, Allentown Central Catholic High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania.[1]

In 2002, he moved to Emmaus High School in Emmaus, Pennsylvania as an assistant.[1]

In 2003, Cramsey returned to his college alma mater, the University of New Hampshire, as the tight ends and fullbacks coach. He held that position from 2003-2005, coached the running backs in 2006 and 2007, moved to quarterbacks in 2008. Prior to the 2009 season, Head Coach Sean McDonnell promoted Cramsey to offensive coordinator. He also continued coaching the quarterbacks through the 2011 season.[1]

From there, Cramsey moved to Florida International University as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the 2012 season.[1]

From 2013-2015, he served in the same role at Montana State University.[1]

In 2016, Cramsey jumped back to the FBS level, serving as the offensive coordinator for the Nevada Wolfpack.[1]

In 2017, he served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Sam Houston State University.[1]

On January 31, 2018, Head Coach Doc Holliday announced that Cramsey would join the Marshall coaching staff as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.[2]

Playing careerEdit

Cramsey played Quarterback for the New Hampshire Wildcats from 1994-1997. He was a two year starter, and four year letter winner for legendary head coach Bill Bowes.[1]

Personal lifeEdit

The Allentown, Pennsylvania native attended Allentown Central Catholic High School, where he quarterbacked the football team to their first ever state championship. He and his wife, Amy, have two sons, Brock, and Bryce.[1]

ReferencesEdit

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