Mark Helfrich Biography
Mark Helfrich is a former football coach in the United States. Presently, he works as a Fox Sports analyst. He was the head coach at the University of Oregon from 2013 to 2016, before being fired after a 4-8 record in 2016. He was the Chicago Bears’ offensive coordinator from 2018 to 2019. He also played professionally in Austria’s Football League.
Mark Helfrich Age
Mark Helfrich was born in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States of America on October 28, 1973. He is 50 years old.
Mark Helfrich Height
Mark stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches/1.8m tall.
Mark Helfrich Family
Mark was born and raised in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States of America by his parents, Mike and Linda Helfrich. He grew up alongside his older brother, John. He has not revealed any further details about his family.
Mark Helfrich Wife
Mark is happily hitched to Megan Helfrich. She is originally from Berkeley, Oregon. He met Megan while visiting his brother John in Oregon, where Megan was attending school. John, Mark’s brother, is married to Megan’s sister. Mark and his wife have two children named Max and Maggie. The family lived in the Great Northwest their entire lives. They are currently residing in Eugene.
Mark Helfrich Education
Mark finished his high school course at Marshfield High School in Coos Bay, Oregon. After graduating from high school, he was allowed to walk on at the University of Oregon. He instead chose to attend Southern Oregon, where he was the starting quarterback from 1992 to 1995. He was also an NAIA All-American.
Mark Helfrich Salary
Mark earns an annual salary of $70,285.
Mark Helfrich’s Net Worth
Mark has an accumulated net worth of $3 million.
Mark Helfrich Career
After leaving Oregon, Mark worked as an analyst for Fox Sports in 2017. Following his dismissal from the Bears coaching staff in 2020, he joined Fox Sports. He presently works as a Fox Sports analyst. From 2009 to 2012, he was Oregon’s Offensive Coordinator. During Mark’s four seasons as Oregon’s offensive coordinator, the offense ranked highly nationally in several offensive categories.
The team became well-known for its extremely fast-paced offense based on speed. Even though Chip Kelly called the offensive plays, Mark remained an important part of Oregon’s system. Every week, he was heavily involved in game planning, scripting, and coaching. At the same time, you have a lot of say in what plays are called and why they are called.