Brian Billick

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Brian Billick
Brian Billick 2007-08-08.jpg
Date of birth February 28, 1954 (1954-02-28) (age 60)
Place of birth Fairborn, Ohio
Position(s) Head coach
College Brigham Young
NFL Draft 1977 / Round 11/ Pick 295
Regular season 80-64-0
Postseason 5-3
Career record 85-67-0
Super Bowl wins Super Bowl XXXV
Championships won 2000 AFC Championship
Coaching stats Pro Football Reference
Coaching stats DatabaseFootball
1977
1977
San Francisco 49ers *
Dallas Cowboys *
*Offseason member only
1978

1981-1985

1986-1988

1989-1991


1992-1993

1994-1998

1999-2007
Brigham Young
(graduate assistant)
San Diego State
(tight ends coach)
Utah State
(offensive coordinator)
Stanford
(assistant head coach and tight ends coach)
Minnesota Vikings
(tight ends coach)
Minnesota Vikings
(offensive coordinator)
Baltimore Ravens
(head coach)

Brian Harold Billick (born February 28, 1954 in Fairborn, Ohio) is a retired American football player and coach. He is a National Football League game analyst for Fox. Billick was the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings offense in 1998. He coached the 2000 Baltimore Ravens when they won Super Bowl XXXV. He was fired as head coach of the Ravens on December 31, 2007. He still remains friends with Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. He has said that Bisciotti did what he believed was best for the Ravens.

Billick was a studio analyst by ABC Sports. After being fired by the Ravens, he became a draft analyst for the NFL Network during the 2008 NFL Draft. He is also an analyst on NFL Total Access. He has provided on-location analysis for the NFL Scouting Combine and NFL Draft.

Billick was drafted in the 11th round of the 1977 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. However, he was cut by the 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys. He never played in the NFL.