Richest Athletes

Gus Malzahn Net Worth

Gus Malzahn Net Worth is
$10 Million

Gus Malzahn's salary
$3.8 Million

Gus Malzahn Bio/Wiki 2017

Gus Malzahn Net Worth $3.5 Million

Gus Malzahn is an American school football coach and former football player that has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million. Gus Malzahn became a football player when he was Arizona Razorbacks as walk on receiver in 1984 to 1985. Subsequently, he transferred to Henderson State Reddies wherein he was two-year letterman. Malzahn took on the coaching position at Springfield Bulldogs in 2001. Subsequently, he headed the team in winning the Class 5A tournament in 2005. Additionally on the exact same year, he returned to Razorbacks as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach. During the 2006 season, the Razorbacks won the SEC Western Division championship. Following annually, Malzahn received an offer from Tulsa and took the job as offensive coordinator. He also became Auburn Tigers’ offensive coordinator in 2008. Malzahn was chosen by ESPN as among the top recruiters in the Southern Conference in 2011. Subsequently, he was selected to function as the head coach for Arkansas State. Malzahn replaced Gene Chizik as Auburn Tigers’ head coach in the year 2012. He’s married to Kristi Otwell and has two kids.

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameGus Malzahn
Date Of BirthOctober 28, 1965
ProfessionCoach, American football player
EducationHenderson State University
SpouseKristi Malzahn
ChildrenKenzie Malzahn, Kylie Malzahn
ParentsEdie Ruhman
AwardsPaul "Bear" Bryant Award

Interesting Facts

1Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks of Auburn University's football team, 2009-present.



2017 Allstate Sugar Bowl2017TV SpecialHimself - Auburn Tigers Head Coach
Miracles on the Plains2015DocumentaryHimself
SEC Storied2015TV Series documentaryHimself
2015 Outback Bowl2015TV MovieHimself - Auburn Tigers Head Coach
Mike & Mike2011-2014TV SeriesHimself - Auburn University Head Football Coach / Himself - Interviewee
ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime2014TV SeriesHimself - Auburn Tigers Head Coach
2014 Vizio BCS National Championship Game2014TV MovieHimself - Aurburn Tigers Head Coach
ESPN Depth Chart2011TV SeriesHimself
2007 Capital One Bowl2007TV MovieHimself - Arkansas Razorbacks Offensive Coordinator
IMDB Wikipedia

Related Articles