Tom Cable

Tom Cable

NFL PlayerCoach
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fontcolor=Silver
Name=Tom Cable


Caption=
DateOfBirth=
Birthplace=Merced, California
Position=Head Coach
Offensive Line Coach
Offensive guard
College=Idaho
Records=0-0-0
player=yes
years=1982-1985
1986
teams=Idaho
Indianapolis Colts
coach=yes
coachingyears=1987-1988

1989

1990

1991

1992-1997

1998

1999

2000-2003

2004-2005

2006

2007-"present"

2008-"present"

coachingteams=Idaho
(Graduate Assistant)
San Diego State
(Graduate Assistant)
Cal State Fullerton
(Defensive Line Coach)
UNLV
(Offensive Line Coach)
California
(Offensive Line Coach)
Colorado
(Offensive Line Coach)
Colorado
(Offensive Coordinator)
Idaho
(Head Coach)
UCLA
(Offensive Coordinator)
Atlanta Falcons
(Offensive Line Coach)
Oakland Raiders
(Offensive Line Coach)
Oakland Raiders
(Interim Head Coach)
Awards=

Thomas Lee Cable, Jr, (born 1964) is an American football coach, and currently the interim head coach for the National Football League's Oakland Raiders after Lane Kiffin was fired September 30th, 2008 by owner Al Davis. Cable was the offensive line coach in 2006 for the NFL's Atlanta Falcons under head coach Jim Mora, who was dismissed at the end of the season. Cable was the offensive coordinator for the UCLA Bruins for two seasons (2004-2005) under head coach Karl Dorrell.

Tom Cable was the head coach at the University of Idaho, his alma mater from 2000-2003. At Idaho, Cable compiled a record of 11-35 (.239) in four straight losing seasons. Idaho did not renew Cable's contract at the conclusion of the 2003 season, and he was quickly replaced by Nick Holt. Five of Cable's losses at Idaho were to lower Division I-AA schools, while one of his wins was against a I-AA school.

Cable played on the offensive line for the Idaho Vandals for head coaches Dennis Erickson and Keith Gilbertson, blocking for quarterback Scott Linehan. He was a starting guard for three seasons (1984-1986), and had a brief stay with the Indianapolis Colts in 1987 before his coaching career began.

Cable played high school football in Snohomish, Washington, northeast of Seattle.

Coaching history

*Idaho - (1987-88) - graduate assistant
*San Diego State - (1989) - graduate assistant
*Cal State-Fullerton - (1990) - defensive line
*UNLV - (1991) - offensive line
*California - (1992-1997) - offensive line
*Colorado - (1998-1999) - offensive line, offensive coordinator
*Idaho - (2000-2003) - head coach
*UCLA - (2004-05) - offensive coordinator
*Atlanta Falcons - (NFL) - (2006) - offensive line
*Oakland Raiders - (NFL) - (2007-present) - offensive line; interim head coach (since September 30, 2008)

External links

* [http://www.raiders.com/Common/Article.aspx?id=16582 Oakland Raiders.com] - Cable to Coach Offensive Line - 06-Feb-2007
* [http://cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/coaching/alltime_coach_year_by_year.php?coachid=299 College Football Data Warehouse.com] - Tom Cable - head coaching record
* [http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/huskies/139579_husk15.html Seattle Post Intelligencer] - 15-Sep-2003Tom Cable Head Coach for Oakland Raiders
* [http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d80b41921&template=with-video&confirm=true] NFL.com Kiffin fired - 30-Sep-2008


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