Bill Bates

Bill Bates

Position: Head Coach

Bill Bates played college football at the University of Tennessee where he was second team All-SEC as a junior and senior. After college, he signed as an undrafted rookie free agent with the Dallas Cowboys in 1983 and went on to spend his entire 15 year NFL career in Dallas. He made the Pro Bowl after the 1984 season as a special team’s player and was known for his role as one of the best special team’s player in NFL history. He won 3 Super Bowls with the Cowboys and had 18 sacks and 14 interceptions in his career. He spent 6 years coaching in the NFL, 5 with Dallas and one as the Jacksonville Jaguars Special Teams Coach, but now coach’s high school football. Recently, he coached the defensive backs in the reality television series 4th and Long that was hosted by Dallas Cowboy great Michael Irvin on Spike TV.

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