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Former Head Football Coach at the University of Florida

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Ron Zook Biography

Ron Zook was born April 28, 1954 in Loudonville, Ohio and is the current head coach at the University of Illinois.

Beginning in 1991, Zook served as defensive coordinator for three seasons at the University of Florida under head coach Steve Spurrier. After the 1993 season, Spurrier reassigned Zook to be the special teams coordinator, a move considered by many to be a demotion. Nonetheless, in 1995, Spurrier added the title of associate head coach to Zook's position.

In 1996, Spurrier promoted Zook back to defensive coordinator following the departure of Bobby Pruett, but Zook left Florida to coach in the NFL. Zook served three seasons as special teams coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and was the defensive backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1999. In the 2000 and 2001 seasons, Zook was the defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints.

In 2005, the University of Illinois hired Zook to replace Ron Turner as the head coach of the Illinois Fighting Illini football team. Zook inherited a program which had become a disaster since winning the Big Ten championship in 2001, finishing 111 in 2003 and 38 in 2004, including Big Ten records of 08 and 17, respectively. In Zook's inaugural season of 2005, Illinois finished with an overall record of 29, and a record of 08 in Big Ten games.

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