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Bobby Blizzard was born on 22 March, 1980. Discover Bobby Blizzard's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
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In 2019, Blizzard joined the Memphis Express of the newly-formed Alliance of American Football as tight ends coach.
On May 30, 2019, Blizzard joined the Dallas Renegades of the XFL as a running backs coach. On March 9, 2020, Renegades head coach Bob Stoops added the title of assistant offensive coordinator to Blizzard.
At the end of 2017, Blizzard's passing offense finished #4 in Division III football nationally, with his total offense achieving 445.3 yards per game, 38 touchdowns and 4,453 total yards. His offense also broke the school record for yards in a single game with 681.
Blizzard eventually moved to Belhaven University to become the offensive coordinator under Mumme. In his first year as OC, Blizzard's offense finished the season #10 in the nation in total offense and #2 in passing offense, recording 3,712 passing yards and averaging 337.5 yards per game. In the 2016 season, the Belhaven offense averaged nearly 500 yards per game, with the passing offense earning the #1 spot in the country for Division III football. His wide receivers also amassed 4,214 total yards, 370 receptions and 34 TDs during this season.
In 2012, Blizzard joined McMurry University, reuniting him with Mumme as he became the wide receivers/tight ends coach. That year, McMurray's receivers combined for 4,040 receiving yards, including 367.3 receiving yards per game, and 30 touchdowns. The following year, Blizzard became the running backs coach under new head coach Mason Miller. After averaging just 66.1 rushing yards in 2012, the 2013 McMurry rushing attack averaged 177.8 with 1,956 total yards.
After his playing career ended, Blizzard became an assistant coach at Kecoughtan High School in 2010.
Blizzard played for NFL Europa's Cologne Centurions in 2007. In 10 games, he led the team in receptions (38), receiving yardage (494) and touchdowns (six), also leading all tight ends in the league in every statistical category. He was voted to the All Europa All-Star Team.
He was picked up by the Cincinnati Bengals as a free agent in 2007, after the end of the NFL Europa season. On August 24, 2007, Blizzard had a season-ending back injury that ended his playing career.
In summer 2005, Blizzard played for the Hamburg Sea Devils of NFL Europe, recording 34 receptions for two touchdowns. He was eventually voted to the NFL Europe All-Star Team. Upon the NFL season's arrival, Blizzard was injured in the preseason with the Cardinals, which sidelined him for much of the year and he was eventually waived/injured. In December, he was picked up by the Baltimore Ravens and placed on the practice squad. He was released on September 1, 2006.
After going undrafted in the 2004 NFL Draft, Blizzard signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but was released before the regular season began. He was eventually signed to the Arizona Cardinals, where he spent the entire 2004 season.
After Kentucky head coach Hal Mumme resigned following the 2000 season, Blizzard transferred to the University of North Carolina to play for the North Carolina Tar Heels. In Blizzard's first season with the Tar Heels, he led the team in touchdowns. Going into his senior year, he was rated one of the top tight ends in the country and was a preseason candidate for the John Mackey Award. However, he suffered from viral meningitis early in the season, followed by a torn calf muscle that further sidelined him.
With Division I interest in both football and basketball, Blizzard decided to go to college to play college football. After initially committing to Virginia with Curry, he decided on the University of Kentucky. He played two years for the Wildcats, where he played in the 1999 Music City Bowl against Syracuse.
Blizzard was also a two-time All-State basketball player, averaging 18.8 PPG, 10.3 rebounds per game, and 3 assists. He was one of Virginia's top basketball players in the state his junior and senior year as Hampton won a state championship in 1997. Ronald Curry was also a teammate of his in basketball, where Curry was the #1 player in the state of Virginia and McDonald's All-American.
Bobby Blizzard (born March 22, 1980 in Hampton, Virginia) is an American football coach and former tight end currently serving as the assistant offensive coordinator and running backs coach for the Dallas Renegades. He originally signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a college free agent out of North Carolina in 2004. Blizzard has also been a member of the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, and the Cincinnati Bengals.