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Troy Morrell
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Biographical details
Born (1971-03-23) March 23, 1971 (age 49)
Benkelman, Nebraska
Alma materFort Hays State University
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1996-1997Butler CC (OL)
1998-1999Butler CC (OC)
2000-2014Butler CC
Head coaching record
Overall154-22
Bowls6-7
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
3x National Champion (2003, 2007, 2008)

3x National Runner-Up (2004, 2010, 2012)

12x KJCCC Champion (2001-2008, 2010-2013)
Awards
  • 2× NJCAA Coach of the Year (2003, 2007)
  • 5x KJCCC Coach of the Year (2003-2005, 2007, 2008)
  • NJCAA Hall of Fame Inductee (2015)
  • Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Inductee (2016)

Troy Morrell (born March 23, 1971) was an American football coach for Butler Community College from 1996-2014. He served as the head coach at Butler from 2000-2014, and led the Grizzlies to three national titles during that span while coaching numerous future NFL player and coaches like Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor and Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson.[1][2]

Morrell's junior college head coaching record is 154-22, and is second in all-time winning percentage at .875 percent only behind Buddy Stephens of East Mississippi Community College. After the 2014 season, Morrell resigned from his head coaching position and took a job in private business.[2][3]

Head coaching record[edit]

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs - Butler Grizzlies (KJCCC) (2000–2014)|- 2000 Butler CC 10-2 6-1 2nd W Canon Empire Bowl 6 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2001 Butler CC 10-2 6-1 1st L Golden Isles Bowl 8 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2002 Butler CC 10-2 7-0 1st L Dixie Rotary Bowl 7 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#fc6" 2003 Butler CC 12-0 7-0 1st W Dixie Rotary Bowl 1 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2004 Butler CC 11-1 7-0 1st L Dalton Defenders Bowl 2 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2005 Butler CC 9-2 7-0 1st L Top of the Mountain Bowl 10 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2006 Butler CC 11-1 6-1 1st W Dalton Defenders Bowl 3 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#fc6" 2007 Butler CC 12-0 7-0 1st W Top of the Mountain Bowl 1 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#fc6" 2008 Butler CC 11-1 7-0 1st W Top of the Mountain Bowl 1 style="text-align:right" - 2009 Butler CC 8-3 6-1 2nd 10 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2010 Butler CC 11-1 7-0 1st L Citizen's Bank Bowl 2 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2011 Butler CC 11-1 6-0 1st W Citizen's Bank Bowl 2 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2012 Butler CC 11-1 7-0 1st L Graphic Edge Bowl 2 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#ff9" 2013 Butler CC 9-2 6-1 1st L Graphic Edge Bowl 6 style="text-align:right" - 2014 Butler CC 8-3 4-2 3rd 15 style="text-align:right" - style="background:#dddddd" Total: 154-22
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title or championship game berth
  • Indicates Bowl Coalition, Bowl Alliance, BCS, or CFP / New Years' Six bowl.
  • #Rankings from final Coaches Poll.

[4][5][6]

Notable players coached[edit]

  • Chris Carson, current Seattle Seahawks running back
  • Michael Gallup, current Dallas Cowboys wide receiver
  • Rudi Johnson, former Cincinnati Bengals running back
  • Demarcus Lawrence, current Dallas Cowboys defensive end
  • Elbert Mack, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back
  • Zach Mettenberger, former Tennessee Titans quarterback
  • Sherrone Moore, current Michigan assistant coach
  • Jeff Page, former professional boxer
  • Ryan Schraeder, former Atlanta Falcons offensive tackle
  • Press Taylor, current Philadelphia Eagles assistant coach
  • Zac Taylor, current Cincinnati Bengals head coach
  • Ryan Torain, former New York Giants running back
  • Chandler Whitmer, current Clemson assistant coach

[7]

Possible return to coaching[edit]


References[edit]

  1. McCaskey, Kyle (December 23, 2014). "Morrell resigns at Butler County". The Hutchinson News. Retrieved 2020-06-19. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Kansas Sports Hall of Fame - Morrell, Troy". www.kshof.org. Retrieved 2020-06-16.
  3. Wire, S. I. "Troy Morrell, head coach at juco power Butler Community College, resigns after 15 seasons". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 2020-06-16.
  4. "Butler Grizzlies". Butler Grizzlies. Retrieved 2020-06-16.
  5. "Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference". Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference. Retrieved 2020-06-21.
  6. Adame, Tony (December 23, 2014). "Butler Community College football coach Troy Morrell resigns after 15 seasons". The Wichita Eagle. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. "Butler Grizzlies". Butler Grizzlies. Retrieved 2020-06-21.

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