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Cameron gall
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Current Position

Title: Head Coach

Team: UNLV Rebels

Conference: Mountain West Conference

Record: 7-8

Annual Salary: $4.20 million

Biographical Details
Born April 24, 2008 (Age 13)

Columbus, Ohio

Coaching Career (HC unless noted)
Season VI-Season VII: UAB Blazers

Season VII-Presant UNLV Rebels

Head Coaching Record

Overall: 7-8

Bowls: 1-0

Accomplishments and Honors

Championships: Spread bot championship (Season VI)

Usernames

Reddit: /u/Crazycow200

Discord: CRAZYCOW#8305


Cameron Gall was born in Columbus, Ohio. He is an American football coach who is the current head coach for the UAB Blazers Gall grew up in Ohio.

Coaching Career[edit]

Cameron Gall was hired by UAB Right before Season Six began, in his first ever game vs UTEP he won 48-26 Then he would go on a 2 game losing streak he would bounce back with a win 42-34 vs UTSA then he would lose a heart breaker to then #18 oklahoma state losing 41-38 after baeting Uconn he would lose another close one to Florida 35-29 they would drop 3 straight to Florida, Louisiana tech, and Charlotte. Then for the first time all year the defense had a amazing game as they beat Rice 14-0. They then went to Notre Dame at the end of the first half they lead 28-7 however a second half collapse had them lose 45-35 Coach Gall said after the loss "I have no words for that second half it's really just heart breaking". in the final game of the season UAB beat Southern Mississippi and will participate in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. Coach Gall would challenge South Carolina's head coach to a game for the spread bot trophy which UAB won 93-78. Cameron Gall and the blazers would beat S5 national champs USC 24-17.

Bowls[edit]

Bowl Appearances: 1

Bowl Record: 1-0

New Years Six Record: 0-0

Season Name Opponent Score
VI Famous Idaho Potato Bowl USC Trojans 24-17

Conference Championships[edit]

Total Conference Championships: 1 (Season VI)

Season Conference Opponent Score
VI Spread Bot conference championship South Carolina 93-78 W