Kenny Dillingham Biography
Kenny Dillingham is a well-known American football coach currently serving as the head football coach at Arizona State University. He previously served as the offensive coordinator at the University of Oregon, Florida State University, Auburn University, and the University of Memphis.
Kenny Dillingham Age
Kenny Dillingham was born on April 28, 1990, in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. He is 33 years old.
Kenny Dillingham Height
Dillingham is a man of moderate stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m).
Kenny Dillingham Family
Kenny Dillingham Wife
He is happily married to his beloved wife, Briana Plimpton. The lovely couple got engaged in December 2016 exchanged their wedding vows in February 2018 and shared a baby boy.
Kenny Dillingham Children
He is a proud father of one baby boy whom he has not disclosed his name.
Kenny Dillingham Education
He matriculated at Chaparral High School. Later on, he attended Arizona State University where she graduated with a major in Business and Economics in 2012.
Kenny Dillingham Salary
He receives a decent salary of $3,850,000 per year.
Kenny Dillingham’s Net Worth
He has stockpiled a lot of wealth from his successful career and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Kenny Dillingham Career
He started his coaching profession at 17 years old after he tore his ACL during his senior year. Dillingham began working with the junior varsity team at Chaparral High School before being promoted to the offensive coordinator of the varsity team at the age of 21. While he was coaching at Chaparral, Dillingham enrolled at Arizona State University where he graduated with a degree in business/economics in 2012.
In 2014, Dillingham was hired as an offensive assistant at Arizona State under offensive coordinator Mike Norvell. In 2016, Dillingham was hired as a graduate assistant for the Tigers after Norvell was hired to be the head coach at Memphis. He was named the official quarterbacks’ coach for Memphis after Tigers offensive coordinator Chip Long left to be the offensive coordinator at Notre Dame.
He was elevated to offensive coordinator for the 2018 season following Long’s successor Darrell Dickey leaving for Texas A&M. In 2019, he was hired as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Auburn succeeding Chip Lindsey. Dillingham spent one season with the Tigers, recording a 9-3 record averaging 33.2 points per game.
He departed Auburn and joined Florida State as their offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, succeeding Kendal Briles after Norvell left Memphis to be the next head coach at Florida State. He was hired as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Oregon on December 17, 2021, under head coach Dan Lanning. Currently, he serves as the head football coach at Arizona State University.