Bill Cubit

Bill Cubit

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Bill Cubit () (born October 14, 1953, in Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania) is currently the head coach of the Western Michigan University Broncos football team.

Coaching career

Cubit was named head coach on December 4, 2004, succeeding former head coach Gary Darnell. Cubit turned around a program that was 1–10 the prior season and had three losing seasons in a row to a 7–4 record, the biggest one season turnaround in Mid-American Conference (MAC) history and the second largest one year turnaround in 2005 Division I-A football. For his efforts, Cubit was named the 2005 MAC Coach of the Year.

Cubit was previously the offensive coordinator for the Broncos under Darnell from 1997–1999. The two had previously worked together on the staff of Florida in 1989. He also spent time as the offensive coordinator at Stanford, Missouri and Rutgers; and five seasons as head coach at Division III Widener University in Chester, PA.

Cubit led Western Michigan to the International Bowl on January 6, 2007. This was the first bowl game for Western Michigan since 1988, when the team played in the California Raisin Bowl. The Broncos fell to the University of Cincinnati Bearcats 27–24.

After a 9-win season in 2008, Cubit lead WMU to the Texas Bowl against Rice University that WMU lost 38–14. The nine wins ties a school record for victories in a season, which had also been accomplished in 1988 and 2000.

During the course of his career at Western, Cubit has led the Broncos to upset road...
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