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American football head coach
Born: November 1, 1976 (age 45 years), Boise, Idaho, United States
Spouse: Kes Harsin
Conference: SEC

Record: 6–7
Parents: Dale Harsin
Past teams coached: Auburn Tigers football (Head coach, since 2020)
Children: Dayn Mykena Harsin, Davis Harsin, Devyn Lynn Harsin

Real Name Bryan Harsin
Nickname Bryan
Profession American football head coach
Famous As American football head coach

Wife/Girlfriend Name Kes Harsin
Height (Approx) In centimeters-178 cm (Approx)
In meters- 1.78 m (Approx)
In Feet Inches-5.10 (Approx)

Weight (Approx) In Kilograms-80 kg (Approx)
In Pounds- 170 lbs (Approx)
Eye Colour Dark Brown
Hair Colour Brown

Date of Birth 1 November 1976
Birth Place Boise, Idaho
Religion Christianity
Nationality American

Ethnicity White
School Name Capital High School
College Name Boise State University
Qualifications Graduate

Father Name Dale Harsin
Mother Name Not Known
Sister/Brother Craig Pederson, Cathy Swenson
Children Dayn Mykena Harsin, Davis Harsin, Devyn Lynn Harsin

Source Of Income American football head coach
Appeared As American football head coach

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Bryan Dale Harsin is the American football head coach at Auburn University. Prior to leading the Auburn Tigers, he coached the Boise State University Broncos from the 2014 season through the 2020 season where he posted a 64-17 record.

He began his head coaching career at Arkansas State University for the 2013 season.

Harsin was the co-offensive coordinator at the University of Texas for two seasons where he played a major impact in the teams development on that side.

Before leaving for Texas in 2011, Harsin was an assistant at Boise State for 10 seasons, the last five as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

From Boise, Idaho, Harsin is a graduate of Boise’s Capital High School, and a former quarterback at Boise State. He was first alumnus of Boise State to serve as the Broncos head football coach.

Bryan Harsin was named Auburn’s 28th head football coach on December 22, 2020. Harsin spent the previous seven seasons as head coach at Boise State where he compiled a 69-19 record while winning three Mountain West Conference titles.

A former Boise State quarterback, assistant coach and offensive coordinator, Harsin is 76-24 overall as a head coach – including one season at Arkansas State – and has directed his programs to bowl games each season.

His impressive resume at Boise saw him lead the Broncos to five 10-win seasons, seven consecutive bowl appearances and six MWC West Division Championships. He led the program to a 5-2 mark and a trip to the MWC championship game in 2020.

In his debut season Harsin led his alma mater back to where it rose to national prominence. Boise State went 12-2 in 2014, winning its first outright Mountain West Championship and capping the campaign with a 38-30 victory over Arizona in the 2014 VIZIO Fiesta Bowl.

The victory in the Fiesta Bowl was the third such win for the Broncos in the previous nine seasons. Harsin, serving as offensive coordinator in the first two Fiesta Bowl victories, has been a part of each of the school’s three appearances in the game.