Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Coach
3rd Year at OU
The Chuck Long File
Birthdate: February 18, 1963
Hometown: Wheaton, Ill.
High School: North (Wheaton, Ill.), 1981
College: University of Iowa, 1985
Family: Wife, Lisa; daughters, Lindsay, Samantha and Katherine Madison; sons, Nathan and Zachary
Coaching History2002 Oklahoma Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach
1999-2001 Oklahoma Quarterbacks Coach and Passing Game Coordinator
1998-1999 Iowa Quarterbacks Coach
1995-1997 Iowa Secondary Coach
Bowl Games as a Coach (6)
1995 - Sun (Iowa)
1996 - Alamo (Iowa)
1997 - Sun (Iowa)
1999 - Independence (Oklahoma)
2000 - Orange (Oklahoma)
2001 - Cotton (Oklahoma)
Bowl Games as a Player (5)
1982 - Rose (Iowa)
1982 - Peach (Iowa)
1983 - Gator (Iowa)
1984 - Freedom (Iowa)
1986 - Rose (Iowa)
Coaching AccomplishmentsTutored Nate Hybl and Jason White. Hybl ranked among the top five in Sooner history in five single season categories, while White and Hybl combined to post three of the top 10 single game passing yardage performances in school history. The OU quarterbacks completed 60% of their passes.
Passing offense (294.7) was second in the Big 12 and 13th in the nation in 2000.
Oklahoma's completion percentage (64.2) led the nation in 2000.
Accomplishments as a PlayerConsensus All-American and three-time All-Big Ten selection at Iowa.
Tallied 10,461 career passing yards to become Iowa's all-time leader and the first player in the Big 10 to pass for more than 10,000 yards.
Recorded a Big Ten record 74 touchdown passes and .650 completion percentage.
Guided the Hawkeyes to the 1985 Big Ten title and the Rose Bowl.
Won the 1985 Maxwell Trophy awarded to the nation's top player and the Davey O'Brien Award, which is given to the nation's top quarterback.
Was the runner-up for the 1985 Heisman Trophy. He was edged out by Auburn's Bo Jackson in the closest vote in history.
Played eight seasons in the NFL for the Detroit Lions and Los Angeles Rams. He finished his professional career with 3,747 yards and 19 touchdowns.