Called the signals for an offense that finished the 2012 season ranked fifth in the nation in passing offense (336.5 ypg), 12th in total offense (497.9 ypg) and tied for 15th in scoring (38.2 ppg). Continued his tutelage of Landry Jones, who became the Big 12's all-time leader in passing yards and total offense.
Over the 2011-12 seasons with Heupel serving as co-offensive coordinator, the Sooners ranked fifth in the nation in passing (342.9 ypg) and seventh in both scoring (38.8 ppg) and total offense (505.1 ypg).
In 2011, his first year as co-offensive coordinator, his unit finished No. 4 nationally in both total offense and passing offense as Jones was No. 3 nationally in total offense.
Helped Landry Jones to a banner 2010 season in which
he ranked No. 2 nationally in passing yards and No. 5 in
total offense. Jones won the Sammy Baugh Award as
college football's top passer.
Dealt with a season-ending injury to returning Heisman
winner Sam Bradford in 2009, then helped Jones lead the
nation in freshman passing TDs while breaking the school
record for TDs in a game with six.
Tutored Heisman, Davey O'Brien and Sammy Baugh
winner Sam Bradford, who threw for 4,720 yards and 50
TDs with just eight interceptions. Bradford ranked No.
1 nationally in passing efficiency. He also moved to 86
career TD passes, the most in NCAA history in the first two
years of a career. He led the highest scoring offense ever
and an NCAA record string of five straight 60-point games.
In 2007, Heupel coached RS freshman Bradford, who led
nation in passing efficiency (176.5) and set NCAA frosh
mark record with 36 TD passes. He made four All-America
freshman teams and was a finalist for the Manning Award.
Coached Paul Thompson, who, after finding out one day
before fall camp that he would play QB, piloted OU to an
11-3 mark in 2006. Thompson ranks among OU's top 10
for passing yards, TD passes and completion percentage.
Returned to his alma mater late in 2005 campaign and
was on the staff for the Holiday Bowl victory over Oregon.
Coached tight ends at Arizona in 2005. The top two
combined for 31 receptions for 346 yards and eight TDs.
Brad Wood led the Wildcats with six touchdowns.
Helped coach Oklahoma to the 2004 (Sugar Bowl) and
2005 (Orange Bowl) national championship games as a
Founded The 14 Foundation, a non-profit organization
that serves underprivileged children throughout Oklahoma.
Accomplishments as a Player.
| Coach Heupel
|| Aberdeen, S.D.
| High School
|| Aberdeen Central, 1995
|| Oklahoma, 2001
|| wife, Dawn
| Coaching History
| 2011-Present - Oklahoma
Co-Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks
| 2005 - Arizona
| 2004 - Oklahoma
| Bowl Games Coached (10)
| 2013 Cotton
| 2011 Insight
| 2011 Fiesta
| 2009 Sun
| 2009 BCS Championship
| 2008 Fiesta
| 2007 Fiesta
| 2005 Holiday
| 2005 Orange
| 2004 Sugar
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS A PLAYER
In 2000, he was the 2000 Heisman Trophy runner-up,
Walter Camp Award winner, Associated Press Player of
the Year, 2000 and CBS Player of the Year, 2000.
Led OU to 2000 national championship.
OU's first consensus All-America quarterback, and first
Oklahoma QB since 1971 to earn All-America honors.
Eighty percent winning percentage with a 20-5 mark.
Passed for 7,456 yards and 53 touchdowns in career.
Oklahoma career top three in passing yards, completions
and touchdown passes despite playing just two seasons.
2001 NFL draft, sixth round, Miami Dolphins.
Landry Jones (Oklahoma), 2010 Sammy Baugh Award Winner
Sam Bradford (Oklahoma), Rams, 2008 Heisman Trophy Winner, No. 1 NFL Draft Pick
Jason White (Oklahoma), 2003 Heisman Trophy Winner