By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The New Mexico Lobos have announced that head coach Bob Davie will return for the 2019 season. The 2019 season will be his eighth at the school.
“After meeting with Coach Davie, both he and I are looking forward to the 2019 season,” New Mexico AD Eddie Nunez said in a statement. “Recruiting is already in full swing. Since taking over in 2012, the team has set records in the classroom, won a division title and qualified for two bowl games. Neither Coach Davie nor I were satisfied with the results of last season. Coach Davie and his staff, as well as our department, are striving to make the 2019 season a success, and that process has already started.
“Coach Davie wants to be at New Mexico and wants nothing more than a program that our university and our fans can be proud of. He is committed to working tirelessly to return UNM to the level of success in 2015 and 2016. We are both excited for the upcoming 2019 season.”
He guided the team to back-to-back 3-9 records. His last winning season at the school was in 2016 when he guided the team to a 9-4 record.
As the Lobos head coach, he is 33-54. He’s only had two winning records. Besides the 9-4 record, he also guided the team to a 7-6 record in 2015.
He also went 35-25 as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s head coach from 1997 through 2001. He had three winning seasons in five years at the program.
Davie is 68-79 overall as a head coach.
He was the Fighting Irish’s Defensive Coordinator from 1994 through 1996. He also was the Texas A&M Aggies Defensive Coordinator from 1989 through 1993.
Davie was the Aggies Outside Linebackers Coach from 1985 through 1988. He also was the Tulane Green Wave Defensive Coordinator in 1983 and 1984.
He was the Pittsburgh Panthers Linebackers Coach from 1980 through 1982. He was the Arizona Wildcats Linebackers Coach in 1978 and 1979.
He began his coaching career in 1977 as a graduate assistant with the Panthers.
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