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Rich Skrosky
Position: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
Phone: 765-285-1198
Email: rjskrosky@bsu.edu
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Rich Skrosky Bio
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 12/31/2010

 

Left Ball State after the 2013 regular season and prior to the GoDaddy Bowl to become the head coach at Elon University.....

First Season at Ball State (2011)

30th Year as a Football Coach in 2013
Alma Mater:  Ramapo '87

Recruiting Areas:
Indiana (Muncie, Fort Wayne)
North Carolina (Area Codes - 336, 919, 252)

Coaching Experience:
High School Coach, 1984-87
Rutgers, graduate assistant, 1988-89
Ramapo, assistant coach, 1990-91
Ramapo, head coach, 1992
Monmouth, assistant coach, 1993-2000
Columbia, assistant coach, 2001-05
Elon, assistant coach, 2006-10
Ball State, assistant coach, 2011-13

NOTES:  Helped Ball State to a 25-12 record from 2011-13 and back-to-back bowl appearances (Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl after the 2012 season and GoDaddy Bowl after 2013) . . . The Cardinals reached 10 wins in 2013 for just the third time in school history and recorded seven Mid-American Conference victories for the fifth time . . . Coordinated a passing offense that in 2013 ranked ninth in the nation with 333.3 yards per game during the regular season . . . Coached quarterback Keith Wenning and receiver Willie Snead, semifinalists for the Unitas and Biletnikoff awards, respectively . . . Wenning led the MAC and ranked fifth nationally in both passing yards (3,933) and passing touchdowns (34), both school records, during the regular season . . . Snead led the MAC and ranked fourth in the country in receiving yards (1,429) and receiving touchdowns (14), also both school records . . . Wenning holds the Ball State career records for completions, attempts, passing yards and passing touchdowns ... Under Skrosky's tutelage, the Ball State QB posted the top three single-season completions totals in school history along with three of the top five marks for single-season passing yardage and passing touchdowns ... Skrosky engineered a 2013 offense that was the first in Ball State history to feature two 1,000-yard receivers (Snead and Jordan Williams) and the first to boast three receivers with at least eight touchdown catches (Snead, Williams and Jamill Smith) ... The Cardinals have also featured a potent rushing attack under Skrosky with Jahwan Edwards running for 38 touchdowns in just three seasons to set the school's career record . . . Edwards rushed for 1,410 yards in 2012, marking the third best single-season total in Ball State history . . . Skrosky coached the offensive line under Ball State head coach Pete Lembo at Elon from 2006-08 and was promoted to offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the 2009 and 2010 seasons . . . Elon led the Southern Conference and ranked sixth in the country with 291.5 passing yards per game in 2009 plus ranked in the top 20 nationally in pass efficiency and total offense . . . served as the head coach at his alma mater, Ramapo, in 1992 after serving as the school's offensive coordinator in 1990 and 1991 . . . also served as acting head coach at Columbia and Monmouth.

Personal Information:

Marital Status:  Married to Suzanne Quentz
High School:  Lodi H.S. (Class of '82) in Lodi, N.J.
College:  Ramapo '87

NOTES:  Played safety at Ramapo . . . assistant high school football coach at Lodi H.S. and St. Peter's H.S. in New Jersey from 1984-87.