Daryl Dickey
American football player and coach
Daryl Dickey
Daryl R. Dickey is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at the University of West Georgia, a position he has held since the 2008 season. From 1997 to 2000, Dickey served as the head coach at Presbyterian College.
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West Georgia to explore Division I status
ajc - over 4 years
West Georgia has commissioned a study to explore the possibility of playing football on the Division I level. The Wolves are currently Division II and play in the Gulf South Conference, but have asked Collegiate Consulting to analyze playing on the FCS level. Moving football would require moving all sports to Division I. The Wolves have 12 sports, seven for men and five for women. West Georgia is located in Carrollton. The study will include financial analysis and a facilities study, among other comparative analyses. A call to athletic director Daryl Dickey hasn’t been returned. - Doug Roberson, AJC staff
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Physical fall at West Georgia - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
by Corey Cusick/Times-Georgian The University of West Georgia football team wrapped up fall camp on a high note early Saturday evening with what coach Daryl Dickey described as the best scrimmage he's seen during his four years in charge of the program
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Veterans lead Wolves into fall camp - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
by Corey Cusick/Times-Georgian For the first time in the Daryl Dickey era, the University of West Georgia football team enters fall camp as a veteran ball club. And the signs of such were evident Thursday morning when the Wolves hit the practice field
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Local flavor to Groninger's second class - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
Groninger said that was his philosophy when he came and first spoke with UWG Athletic Director Daryl Dickey about the women's job. “The state of Georgia women's basketball is really one of the better states in the country. Very competitive
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UWG off NCAA sanctions - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
UWG Athletic Director Daryl Dickey said the past two years have served as an essential learning experience for not only the athletic department, but the university as a whole in overcoming a difficult situation that culminated from an exhaustive NCAA
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A healthy hunger - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
UWG athletic director and head football coach Daryl Dickey certainly understands the significance of a healthy Pickett on the field. “There's no bigger heart and no bigger person on our team than Juan Pickett. You know, Juan came in with our initial
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West Georgia names new softball coach - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
by From staff reports University of West Georgia Athletic Director Daryl Dickey named Mandy Harris as the new leader of the UWG softball program on Tuesday, giving the Wolves a coach that is quite familiar with softball in the Peach State
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Gridiron Greats hit the field at West Georgia - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
Camp was also appreciative of UWG Athletic Director and head football coach Daryl Dickey and UWG Senior Associate Athletic Director Eddie Duffey for all their cooperation in allowing them to use their facility. The purpose of the camp is two-fold
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Gridiron Greats coming to UWG - Times-Georgian
Google News - over 5 years
Coach [Daryl] Dickey and Eddie Duffey were nice enough to allow us to use the facilities for the camp, working with Mark Reeves in auxiliary service,” Pasco said. “We just have a great relationship with the university and we couldn't think of a finer
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Tom Mattingly: The stories behind the scores are memorable - GoVolsXtra
Google News - over 5 years
The Vols lost starting quarterback Tony Robinson to a knee injury, but a found a capable replacement in Daryl Dickey. - 45-3: It was Homecoming night, Oct. 13, 1990. The halftime score was 7-3 Tennessee over Florida, but the Vols laid a 38-0 haymaker
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Sports Briefing
NYTimes - over 13 years
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Seminoles' Rix Fined for Using Handicapped Parking Pass Florida State quarterback Chris Rix used an unauthorized handicap parking tag on campus, and paid a $100 fine after fellow students told the police. Rix said after practice last night that the handicap tag belongs to a family friend he occasionally helps gets medicine. He said
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COLLEGES; Seminole Arrested In Theft Of Check
NYTimes - over 14 years
Quarterback Adrian McPherson, who was suspended indefinitely from the Florida State football team Monday, was arrested today on charges that he stole a blank check and received $3,500 when it was cashed. McPherson, a sophomore who started the Seminoles' last four games -- three of them victories -- surrendered to the Tallahassee police on two
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Suspended Seminoles Quarterback Criticizes His Coaches
NYTimes - over 14 years
Quarterback Adrian McPherson was sharply critical of Florida State coaches today, one day after he was suspended from the football team amid plans by the police in Tallahassee to question him in the theft and forgery of a blank check. McPherson said the Florida State staff failed to gather all the facts before suspending him. ''I think they should
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - about 16 years
ARCHERY National Archery Association NAA--Named Catherine McCullough director of programs, effective Feb. 1. BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX--Agreed to terms with RHP David Cone on a one-year contract. CLEVELAND INDIANS--Agreed to terms with INF Jason Hardtke on a minor league contract. NEW YORK YANKEES--Named Gary Denbo batting coach, and
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Deals
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Baseball Baseball CINCINNATI (NL) - Signed Keith ABrown, Tim Layana and Butch Henry, pitchers; and Freddie Benavides and Brian Lane, infielders, to one-year contracts. SAN FRANCISCO (NL) - Agreed to terms with Will Clark, first baseman, on a four-year contract. Basketball DALLAS (NBA) - Released Kelvin Upshaw, guard. Activated Roy Tarpley,
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 30 years
BASKETBALL DETROIT (NBA) - Named Dick Versace assistant coach. FOOTBALL GREEN BAY (NFC) - Signed Karl Swanke, tackle, to a series of one-year contracts. KANSAS CITY (AFC) - Signed Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle. NEW ENGLAND (AFC) - Signed Brian Ingram, linebacker. Released Don McAulay and Paul Drain, place-kickers; George Barnwell, Matt Hoffman,
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TENNESSEE ACCLAIMS DEFENSIVE COACH
NYTimes - about 31 years
In his euphoria, Daryl Dickey, the usually low-key Tennessee quarterback, walked around the playing field in the Superdome, holding a football aloft like a trophy for all the Volunteer fans to see. He was joined by Tony Robinson, the preseason all-America candidate, who injured a knee against Alabama in the fifth game and watched Dickey, his
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SUGAR BOWL; MIAMI SURPRISED BY TENNESSEE, 35-7
NYTimes - about 31 years
Ken Donahue is at his best in a darkened room where the only sound is the hum of a film projector. He had spent most of his coaching career plotting defensive strategy for a college football coaching legend and now he does the same for Johnny Majors, who has something of a reputation himself at Tennessee. Donohue's design for the Volunteers'
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SUGAR BOWL; FOR 2 QUARTERBACKS, A WORTHWHILE WAIT
NYTimes - about 31 years
There were days when both felt as if they had made a mistake and were waiting for an opportunity that would never come. It has been well chronicled how Vinny Testaverde, the University of Miami quarterback, sat and watched Bernie Kosar for two seasons when there was a feeling among some of the coaches that he was probably the better quarterback. At
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Daryl Dickey
    THIRTIES
  • 1995
    Age 33
    In 1995, Dickey became offensive coordinator for Georgia Southern University, a position he held through 1996 when he became head coach at Presbyterian College in South Carolina.
    More Details Hide Details After four years as Presbyterian's head coach, in 2001 Dickey joined the staff of Bobby Bowden as quarterbacks coach at Florida State, and is presently the head coach at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia. Dickey is the son of Doug Dickey, the former head football coach of the University of Tennessee and the University of Florida. He is married to the former Kendall George from Knoxville, Tennessee. They have three children together: Karis(21), Dallas(18), and Daryl Andrew(16).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1990
    Age 28
    Dickey left Florida State to become the quarterbacks coach at the University of Kentucky in 1990 and served in that position before becoming Kentucky's offensive coordinator in 1993 through 1994.
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  • 1985
    Age 23
    Dickey played college football as a quarterback at the University of Tennessee and led the Tennessee Volunteers to a 9 - 1 - 2 record in 1985.
    More Details Hide Details The season culminated with Dickey being named the Most Valuable Player in the Sugar Bowl as Tennessee defeated the Miami Hurricanes, 35 - 7. Dickey played professional football for the San Diego Chargers in the NFL and for the Memphis Showboats in the USFL. Dickey began his coaching career at Tennessee as a graduate assistant coach and then as the assistant quarterback coach; he later became a volunteer assistant at Florida State University.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Born
    Born on June 11, 1961.
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