How Old Is Bob Huggins? Bob Huggins Birthday
Bob Huggins was born on September 21, 1953 and is 70 years old now.
Birthday: September 21, 1953
How Old - Age: 70
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Bob Huggins - Biography
Robert Edward "Bob" Huggins (born September 21, 1953), nicknamed "Huggy Bear", is the head coach of the West v*rginia Mountaineers men's basketball team. Huggins previously held the head coaching positions at Walsh College (1980-1983), the University of Akron (1984-1989), the University of Cincinnati (1989–2005) and Kansas State University (2006–2007). His 690–251 record (.733) during his 28 seasons as a head coach (as of 2010) ranks him eighth in winning percentage and fourth in victories among active Division I coaches. He is one of only 4 active Division I coaches with 700 or more career victories. Huggins has been to 15 total NCAA tournaments, including 14 of the last 15 seasons. Huggins' teams have participated in the postseason 25 of 28 times, including two Final Fours: 1992 with Cincinnati and 2010 with West v*rginia. Huggins has averaged 23.6 wins per season, including 25.6 his last 15 years.Robert Edward Huggins (born September 21, 1953 in Morgantown, West v*rginia), nicknamed "Huggs," is an American college basketball coach. He is the head coach of the West v*rginia Mountaineers men's basketball team. Huggins previously held the head coaching positions at Walsh College (1980–1983), the University of Akron (1984–1989), the University of Cincinnati (1989–2005) and Kansas State University (2006–2007). On April 5, 2007, he accepted an offer to return to coach his alma mater, West v*rginia University. After leading the Mountaineers to a Sweet 16 appearance, Huggins signed an 11-year contract with the university after the season ended.One of only ten coaches ever with 800 or more career victories, Huggins has been to 23 total NCAA tournaments, including 22 in the last 25 seasons. He has led his teams to eight Sweet Sixteen appearances, four Elite Eight appearances, and two Final Four appearances (1992 with Cincinnati; 2010 with West v*rginia). As of March 2017, Huggins has averaged 23 wins per season over the course of his career.