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Timm Rosenbach

Timm Rosenbach
Sport(s) Football
Current position
Title Head Coach
Team Adams State University
Conference RMAC
Biographical details
Born (1966-10-27) October 27, 1966
Everett, Washington
Playing career
1986–1988 Washington State
1989–1992 Phoenix Cardinals
1994 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL)
1995 New Orleans Saints
Position(s) Quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1999 St. Ambrose (QB)
2000 Eastern Washington (Asst.)
2001–2002 Eastern Washington (OC/QB)
2003–2007 Washington State (QB)
2008–2009 New Mexico State (OC)
2012 Montana (OC)
2012 Weber State (OC)
2013-2014 UNLV (OC)
2015-present Adams State
Accomplishments and honors
Honorable Mention All-American (1988)

Timm Lane Rosenbach (born October 27, 1966) is a former professional football player who played from 1989 until 1995 in the National Football League and the Canadian Football League. He attended Washington State University and was drafted in the first round of the 1989 NFL supplemental draft.

Rosenbach became a coach after his retirement from the NFL, and he was hired in 1999 by NAIA school St. Ambrose University to be its quarterbacks coach. He has since gone on to work at other schools, including spending four years at his alma mater as its quarterbacks coach.

Rosenbach is currently the head football coach at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. He took the position at the Division II school in December 2014.[1]


  • Early years 1
  • College career 2
  • Pro career 3
  • Coaching career 4
  • Personal 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Early years

Born in Everett, Washington, Rosenbach's father Lynn was a high school and college football coach, and the family lived in a number of locations. While Lynn was an assistant coach for three seasons at the University of Montana in Missoula,[2] Timm attended Hellgate High School for two years. Lynn was hired by the athletic department at Washington State University in 1983, and the family moved that summer to Pullman, Washington.[3] Rosenbach attended Pullman High School for two years and graduated in 1985. Although a quarterback as a sophomore at Hellgate, he was a halfback during his first season in Pullman, then returned to quarterback for the Greyhounds as a senior. He was also nationally ranked in the javelin throw.[4][5]

College career

After high school, Rosenbach played college football in Pullman for the hometown Washington State Cougars. He redshirted in 1985 and played three seasons, 1986 through 1988. Rosenbach led the nation in passing efficiency his junior year in 1988 under head coach Dennis Erickson. Following Erickson's departure after two seasons for Miami in early 1989, Rosenbach skipped his fifth-year senior season on the Palouse to enter the NFL supplemental draft.[6] He finished seventh in the 1988 Heisman Trophy voting.[7]

Pro career

Rosenbach was selected with the second pick of the 1989 NFL Supplemental Draft by the Phoenix Cardinals. After seeing spot duty his rookie year in 1989, he started all 16 games in 1990, taking every offensive snap for the Phoenix Cardinals.

Rosenbach started one year for the team before injuries prematurely ended his career. He attempted a comeback with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL and the New Orleans Saints of the NFL, but failed. Upon his return to the NFL, he signed with the New Orleans Saints, but had to miss the season because of a ruptured disc in his back. He also missed the 1991 season with the Cardinals because of a knee injury suffered in training camp.

He is a 2005 graduate of Washington State University, which has produced several other NFL quarterbacks, including Jack Thompson, Mark Rypien, Drew Bledsoe, Ryan Leaf, Jason Gesser, Alex Brink, and Jeff Tuel. He led the nation in passing efficiency his junior year in 1988 under head coach Dennis Erickson. Following Erickson's departure for Miami in early 1989, Rosenbach skipped his senior season to enter the NFL draft.[6]

Coaching career

Rosenbach was the quarterbacks coach at Washington State from 2003-2007 under head coach Bill Doba. In February 2012, he was hired as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Montana, under head coach Robin Pflugrad,[8] who was replaced by Mick Delaney prior to the start of the season.

On November 21, 2012, Rosenbach was named offensive coordinator at Weber State University. On January 16, 2013, UNLV announced Rosenbach as the new offensive coordinator.[9]

On December 22, 2014 the Adams State University Grizzlies announced Rosenbach as their new head coach.


Rosenbach is married to former professional volleyball player Kim Exner. They have two daughters, born in 2007 and 2009. Prior to his final season at WSU, Rosenbach's father Lynn died at age 53 in July 1988.[10]


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  2. ^ "Montana hires grid assistant". Spokesman-Review. Associated Press. January 4, 1980. p. 26. 
  3. ^ Pierce, Oliver. "Hall of Fame calls Rosenbach". (Moscow) Idahonian. p. July 9, 1987. 
  4. ^ Taylor, Kevin (Nov 6, 1984). "The Natural". Spokesman-Review. p. B1. 
  5. ^ Blanchette, John (July 17, 1985). "They're growing up fast". Spokesman-Review. p. C4. 
  6. ^ a b "Sports People; Passing to Pros". New York Times. 1989-03-05. Retrieved 2008-10-24. 
  7. ^ Weaver, Dan (March 4, 1989). "It's official: Rosenbach will leave". Spokesman-Review. p. B1. 
  8. ^ Neighbor, Fritz (February 22, 2012). "Griz peg Rosenbach as offensive coordinator". Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Hauck Names Timm Rosenbach Offensive Coord.". 2013-01-16. Retrieved 2013.083.26. 
  10. ^ "Assistant athletic director dies at 53". (Moscow) Idahonian. July 1, 1988. p. 8A. 

External links

  • UNLV Rebels athletics - football - Timm Rosenbach
  • Montana Grizzlies athletics - football - Timm Rosenbach
  • Career statistics and player information from • Pro-Football-Reference •
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