Josh Heupel

Josh Heupel

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Josh Heupel, (born March 22, 1978), is the current quarterbacks coach at the University of Oklahoma and former quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners football team (1999-2000).


Heupel was raised, and played high school football, in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He is recently married.

His sister, Andrea Heupel, is married to Democratic U.S. politician Dan Boren.

College career

Heupel began his collegiate playing career at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and spent one season at Snow College, a junior college located in Ephraim, Utah, before transferring to Oklahoma.

He was the Heisman Trophy runner up in 2000 and helped lead the Sooners to an undefeated regular season and a national championship victory over Florida State in the 2001 Orange Bowl.cite news | first=Wayne | last=Drehs | coauthors= | title=Heupel on biggest stage of his life | date=2002-09-16 | publisher= | url = | work =ESPN | pages = | accessdate = 2008-03-07 | language = ] cite news | first=Tom | last=Dienhart | coauthors= | title=Heupel deserved Heisman; QBs are favorites in 2001 - Josh Heupel - Brief Article | date=2000-12-18 | publisher=Business Network | url = | work =CNET Networks | pages = | accessdate = 2008-03-07 | language = ]

Coaching career

Heupel spent the 2004 season as a graduate assistant for the University of Oklahoma football team. In 2005, Heupel was hired as the tight ends coach for the University of Arizona football team.


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NAME=Heupel, Josh
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DATE OF BIRTH=March 22, 1978
PLACE OF BIRTH=Aberdeen, South Dakota

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