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Dave Arnold (American football)

Dave Arnold
Sport(s) Football
Biographical details
Born (1944-09-17) September 17, 1944
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Midland HS (MI) (assistant)
Alma HS (MI) (assistant)
Alma HS (MI)
Michigan State (OL)
Montana State (OL)
Montana State
Washington State (ST/OL)
Miami (FL) (ST/RB)
Seattle Seahawks (ST)
Albion (assistant)
Colorado State (assistant)
Head coaching record
Overall 18–29 (college)
Tournaments 3–0 (NCAA D-I-AA playoffs)
College Football Data Warehouse
Accomplishments and honors
1 NCAA Division I-AA national (1984)
1 Big Sky (1984)
AFCA Division I-AA Coach of the Year (1984)
Kodak National Coach of the Year (1984)
1984 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year (1984)

Dave Arnold (born September 17, 1944) is a former American football coach. He served as the head football coach at Montana State University – Bozeman team from 1983 to 1986, compiling a record of 18–29. Arnold led his 1984 Montana State Bobcats team to a 12–2 record, a Big Sky Conference title, and the NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship. For his effort, he was named the AFCA Division I-AA Coach of the Year that season. The 1984 championship run followed a season in 1983 in which the Bobcats finished 1–10 and last in the conference. The 11-game turnaround is one of the largest in college football history.

Head coaching record


Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Montana State Bobcats (Big Sky Conference) (1983–1986)
1983 Montana State 1–10 1–6 8th
1984 Montana State 12–2 6–1 1st W NCAA Division I-AA Championship
1985 Montana State 2–9 1–6 T–7th
1986 Montana State 3–8 2–5 T–6th
Montana State: 18–29 10–18
Total: 18–29
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title


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