Matt Campbell Biography and Wiki
Matthew Allen Campbell is the current head football coach at Iowa State. From 2011 to 2015 he was the head coach at Toledo. Before that, Campbell had been an assistant at Toledo, Bowling Green, and Mount Union. Campbell himself was twice named to the College Football All-America Team and named Ohio Athletic Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year.
Matthew was named Head coach of Iowa State University on November 29, 2015, on his 36th birthday, replacing the fired Paul Rhoads.
Matt Campbell Age and Birthday
Campbell was born on born November 29, 1979, in Kansas City, KA, United States. Matt Campbell is 41 years of age as of 2021. His birth sign is Sagittarius.
Matt Campbell Height
The football coach stands at an average height as seen while doing his coaching gig. However, actual measurements are not known to the public and will be updated when available.
Matt Campbell Family
Campbell was born and raised in Massillon, Ohio to his parents Elaine Campbell and Rick Campbell. His father coached football at Jackson High School. Further details regarding his family have not been made public, it’s also not known if he has any siblings but will be updated soon.
Matt Campbell Wife
Matt is currently married to his beautiful wife, Erica Campbell. Erica and Matt met back in sixth grade. They first became friends till they started dating during their senior year of high school in Ohio. The duo got married in a private blissful wedding ceremony attended by close friends and family members.
Matt Campbell Children
The Iowa State football coach and his wife are blessed with four kids, two daughters Isabella Campbell and Katelyn Campbell, and two sons Rudy Campbell. His other son’s name is not disclosed to the public yet.
Matt Campbell Salary
According to credible sources, Matt receives an annual salary of $3.5 Million per year.
Matt Campbell Net Worth
Campbell’s Net Worth hasn’t yet been made public, however, it is reported that Matt has amassed quite a fortune. His primary source of income is his career as a football coach.
Matt Campbell Iowa State
Campbell was named head coach by Iowa State University after firing Paul Rhoads and replacing him with Matt on the 29th of November 2015. Matt later signed a six-year, $22.5 million extension with the school.
Matt Campbell Education
Matt attended a school in which he played football at, rival Perry, which won three conference championships while he was on the team. Matt later joined the University of Pittsburgh on an athletic scholarship in 1998 but transferred to the University of Mount Union after a year.
During his time at Mount Union, Campbell played on the defensive line between 1999 and 2002 under coach Larry Kehres, whose teams won three Division III championships. After graduating from college, Campbell stayed within Ohio and took a job as a graduate assistant at Bowling Green State University from 2003–2004.
While working here, Matt was offered a job by the director of player personnel for the New England Patriots which he declined. Campbell returned to Mount Union for 2005–2006 as an offensive coordinator. In 2007-2008, Campbell then went back to Bowling Green for two years, first as an offensive line coach and then as offensive line coach/run game coordinator.
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