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Warren Anthony Powers Net Worth

Warren Anthony Powers Net Worth is
$20 Million

Warren Anthony Powers Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Warren Anthony Powers (born February 19, 1941) is a former American football coach. He was the head coach of the Missouri Tigers football program from 1978 to 1984. Prior to coming to Missouri, Powers was an assistant coach under both Bob Devaney and Tom Osborne at Nebraska. He was an all-state high school quarterback from Kansas City, Missouri, and also played on Devaney's first team at Nebraska in 1962, earning three letters as a Husker.Powers played safety for six years with the American Football League's Oakland Raiders. He started for the 1967 AFL Champion Raiders and in the second AFL-NFL World Championship game.He had a one-year stint as head coach at Washington State before leaving to join the Tigers.After leaving Nebraska, Powers took an unranked Washington State team into Lincoln, Nebraska and knocked of the 15th ranked Huskers. The following year he went to Lincoln with another unranked team, the Missouri Tigers and he pulled off a victory over a #2 ranked Nebraska team. The Missouri Tigers would lose 25 straight games to Nebraska before their next victory over the Huskers, prompting Tiger fans to wonder what might have been had he stayed.During his tenure at Mizzou, Powers compiled a 46-33-3 (.579) record, including four straight bowl appearances from 1978 to 1981. His best seasons came in 1980 and 1981, where he posted back-to-back 8-4 records. In addition, his Tiger football teams went 3-2 in bowl games, defeating LSU in the 1978 Liberty Bowl, South Carolina in the Hall-Of-Fame Bowl in 1979, and Southern Miss in the 1981 Tangerine Bowl. Mizzou also played in the 1980 Liberty Bowl, a loss to Purdue and the 1983 Holiday Bowl, losing to a BYU Cougars squad, led by a then-future National Football League MVP for the Super Bowl XXIX winning San Francisco 49ers, Steve Young.On October 24, 1979, the NCAA's Committee on Infractions publicly reprimanded MU for a violation of NCAA Constitution 3-2 related to a failure to exercise institutional control. The violation was in regard to the use of a fund established outside the university for the purpose of paying Powers for debt he assumed while negotiating to become MU's head coach. NCAA regulations require the university's involvement when its coach receives a cash supplement related to duties he is performing on the institution's behalf, and the NCAA found that MU had failed to do so in this case.Since leaving the Tigers, Powers worked in a variety of sales and administrative jobs. For the past several years, he has been in executive sales at Bommarito Automotive in St. Louis. He should not be confused with Warren Powers (defensive end) who once played with the Denver Broncos and who currently heads the "One Nation" team as a Regional Vice President at Primerica Financial Services.In 2002, Powers was head coach of the Show Me Believers, a National Indoor Football League team that played its games at the Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri, about 20 miles west of St. Louis.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthFebruary 19, 1941
Place Of BirthKansas City, Missouri, USA
ProfessionActor
Star SignPisces
#Fact
1Head Football Coach of the Washington St. Cougars in 1977. Win-Loss record: 6-5.
2Head coach of the University of Missouri football team (1978-1984).
3Defensive back for the Oakland Raiders (1963-1968).

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Around the World in Eighty Days1956Extra (uncredited)

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
1983 Holiday Bowl1983TV MovieHimself - Mirrouri Tigers Head Coach
1980 Liberty Bowl1980TV MovieHimself - Missouri Tigers Head Coach
1978 Liberty Bowl1978TV MovieHimself - Missouri Tigers Head Coach
AFL-NFL World Championship Game1968TV SpecialHimself - Oakland Raiders Left Safety
1967 AFL Championship Game1967TV MovieHimself - Oakland Raiders Free Safety
The NFL on NBC1966-1967TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Raiders Defensive Back / Himself - Oakland Raiders Safety

Known for movies


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