Zack Mills

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Zachary Eric Mills (born May 1, 1982) is a former American football quarterback. He was an All-Big Ten selection and four-year starter at Penn State University. He is currently serving as the offensive coordinator at Clearfield Area High School in Clearfield, Pennsylvania.

High school

Mills attended Urbana High School in Frederick County, Maryland from 1996–2000, where Mills led the team to consecutive 2A state championships in 1998 and 1999, going undefeated both years. In the course of his high school career he broke Maryland public school records both for passing yards (5,638) and touchdown passes (59) and won countless awards including first team All-CMC and first team All-Mid-Maryland. Mills was also a standout on the basketball team.


As the quarterback of the Nittany Lions from 2001 to 2004, Mills led the team to the Capital One Bowl in the 2002 season. Mills was a three-time Davey O'Brien Award finalist and was presented with the 2004 Hall Foundation Award as Penn State's outstanding senior football player. In 2002 Mills was named All-Big Ten.

Mills holds many Penn State passing and total offense records: He finished his career with a school record 7,796 yards of total offense, 41 career touchdown passes (since broken by Daryll Clark), and 16 career 200-yard passing games. Mills is the first Nittany Lion under head coach Joe Paterno to throw, catch, and run for a touchdown in a single game (in 2004 versus Akron). He wore jersey number 7.

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