41 Facts About Mike Shula

1. Mike Shula was a Dolphins ballboy when his dad coached the team.

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2. Mike Shula said he left Alabama in better shape than the program he inherited, which was weakened by NCAA sanctions.

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3. Mike Shula interviewed for the job Saturday, a person familiar with the team's search said today.

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4. Mike Shula always had two capable running backs while with Carolina.

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5. Mike Shula worked with Panthers quarterback Cam Newton for his entire seven-year career.

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6. Mike Shula was promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator after Gettleman was hired as the Panthers' general manager in 2013.

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7. Mike Shula is known for serving as head coach for the University of Alabama, his alma mater, for four seasons.

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8. Mike Shula is the American football coach who is currently the offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.

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9. Mike Shula is the fifth offensive coordinator for Manning, entering his 15th season with the Giants.

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10. In that role, Mike Shula got to know and work with Dave Gettleman, then the general manager in Charlotte.

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11. Mike Shula spent the past five years developing a system to incorporate the fast feet and strong right arm of Cam Newton.

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12. Mike Shula was selected by Tampa Bay in the 12th round of the 1987 NFL Draft and spent part of the season on the Buccaneers' roster.

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13. Mike Shula helped quarterback Trent Dilfer earn Pro Bowl honors in 1997.

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14. Mike Shula helped Newton—the No 1 overall draft choice in 2011—become one of the league's most productive quarterbacks.

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15. Mike Shula was one of the few constants on offense when the 2014 Panthers won their second consecutive NFC South title.

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16. Mike Shula spent the previous seven seasons with the Carolina Panthers, including the last five as offensive coordinator.

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17. Mike Shula is in his first season as the Giants' offensive coordinator.

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18. In 2011, Mike Shula helped quarterback Cam Newton earn Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year after turning in one of the most prolific rookie seasons in NFL history, passing for 4,051 yards and accounting for 35 total touchdowns.

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19. Mike Shula served as the head football coach at the University of Alabama, his alma mater, for four seasons, from 2003 to 2006.

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20. Mike Shula is an American football coach who is the offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL).

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21. Mike Shula holds the distinction of having coached five different quarterbacks to Super Bowl appearances, three of them (Unitas, Griese, and Marino) future Hall of Famers.

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22. Mike Shula set numerous records in his 33 seasons as a head coach.

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23. Mike Shula married Painesville native Dorothy Bartish on July 19, 1958.

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24. Mike Shula played in all 12 of Cleveland's games in 1951, making his first appearance as a starter in October, and recorded four interceptions.

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25. Mike Shula graduated in 1951 as a sociology major with a minor in mathematics, and was offered a job teaching and coaching at Canton Lincoln High School in Canton, Ohio for $3,750 a year.

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26. Mike Shula was born in Grand River, Ohio, a small town along the Lake Erie shore in the northeastern part of the state.

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27. Mike Shula was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997.

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28. Mike Shula was named 1993 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated.

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29. Mike Shula was drafted out of John Carroll University in the 1951 NFL Draft, and he played professionally as a defensive back for the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Colts, and Washington Redskins.

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30. Mike Shula worked as the quarterbacks coach with the Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars and had a stint as the head coach of the University of Alabama from 2003 to 2006.

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31. Mike Shula worked with new Giants general manager Dave Gettleman during their time with the Panthers.

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32. Mike Shula is expected to serve as the Giants' quarterbacks coach while new head coach Pat Shurmur handles the playcalling duties.

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33. Mike Shula previously was offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers from 2013 to 2017.

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34. On February 13, 2018, Mike Shula was hired by the New York Giants as Quarterbacks coach and Offensive Coordinator.

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35. Mike Shula has served in assistant coaching positions in the NFL, twice with the Miami Dolphins plus stints with the Chicago Bears and the Buccaneers, where he was offensive coordinator from 1996 to 1999.

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36. Mike Shula was the Carolina Panthers' offensive coordinator from 2013 to 2017.

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37. Mike Shula is an American football coach who is currently the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL).

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38. Mike Shula was interviewed by Ron Meyer for the national sports radio show Blessed2Play where he talked about the importance of his Christian faith in his football career.

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39. Mike Shula was hired as head coach at Alabama in May 2003 after the termination of Mike Price.

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40. Mike Shula attended high school at Christopher Columbus High School, in Miami, Florida, where he won all-state honors and led his team to the state championship game.

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41. Mike Shula was born in Baltimore, Maryland on June 3, 1965.

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