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Dick Nutter VI
Current Position

Title: Head Coach

Team: Iowa State Cyclones, New Mexico Highlands Cowboys

Conference: Big 12 Conference, Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference

Record: 45-19

Annual Salary: $6.9 million

Biographical Details
Born June 9, 1990 (Age 28)

Intercourse, Pennsylvania

Coaching Career (HC unless noted)
Season I-present: Iowa State Cyclones

Season IV-present: New Mexico Highlands Cowboys

Head Coaching Record

Overall: 45-19

Bowls: 3-2

Accomplishments and Honors

Championships: Big 12 (Season I, Season II)

Playoff Appearances: Season I


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Dick Nutter VI was born on June 9, 1990 to Dick Nutter V and Val Gene Ana-Nutter II in Intercourse, Pennsylvania. He is an American football coach who is the current head coach for the Iowa State Cyclones and is the president of the NFCAA. Nutter grew up in Pennsylvania and attended Iowa State University.

NFCAA Career[edit]

Dick Nutter VI created Fake College Football and founded the NFCAA. He has been the President of the NFCAA since January 3, 2018, when FCFB was founded. He has overseen several offshoots of Fake College sports, but none has sticked like FCFB.

Coaching Career[edit]

Dick Nutter VI is the first coach in FCFB History and is the first president of the NFCAA, he has been the head coach of the Iowa State Cyclones since the beginning of FCFB. During his first season, Nutter led the Cyclones to a Big 12 Championship, beating the Kansas Jayhawks 37-28, and earning a berth in the inaugural NFCAA College Football Playoff. The Nutter-led Cyclones squad defeated the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks in an offensive shootout, 69-54. In the semifinals, the Cyclones fell to eventual National Champion, Marshall Thundering Herd, 21-24.

During the second season of his tenure, Nutter led to the Cyclones to a second straight Big 12 title and a Cotton Bowl victory over Charlotte. The Cyclones finished with a 10-4 record that season.

During his third season, the Cyclones finished 6-7 with a 55-49 loss to Ohio in the Zatarains New Orleans Bowl. Nutter's comments insinuate that he believes that the season III Cyclones were the unluckiest team in FCFB, losing 6 games by 1 score.

In Season IV, Nutter lead the Cyclones to a 9-4 season and a Citrus Bowl victory over San Jose State. Similar to Season III, Nutter believes that the Cyclones were the unluckiest team in FCFB and managed to scrape by in the Citrus Bowl narrowly avoiding disaster. They lost all 4 games by one score, with 2 of them being within 2 points. They played 3 other games, all within one score of each other in which they scraped by with the victory.

During the inaugural Division II Fast League, Nutter was hired as the head coach for the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys as a side gig. He has led the Cowboys to a 9-0 record and number 1 seed in the playoffs, where they are still competing.


Bowl Appearances: 5

Bowl Record: 3-2

New Years Six Record: 1-0

Season Name Opponent Score
IV Citrus Bowl presented by Overton's San Jose State 31-28 W
III Zatarains New Orleans Bowl Ohio 49-55 L
II Goodyear Cotton Bowl Charlotte 24-21 W
I College Football Playoffs Semifinal Marshall 21-24 L
I College Football Playoffs Quarterfinal Louisiana-Monroe 69-54 W

Conference Championships[edit]

Total Conference Championships: 2 (Season I, Season II)

Season Conference Opponent Score
II Big12 TCU 31-13 W
I Big12 Kansas 37-28 W