Alex Whittingham Parents: Meet Alex Whittingham’s Father Kyle Whittingham – Biography, Age Twitter, Instagram, Records
Alex Whittingham is an American football player for the Utah Utes football program, a college football team that competes in the Pac-12 Conference of the Football Bowl Subdivision of NCAA Division I and represents the University of Utah.
Alex Whittingham is the son of Jamie Whittingham and Kyle Whittingham, the head football coach at the University of Utah, a position he has held since 2004.
Kyle Whittingham Biography
Prior to taking the head coaching position at the Utes football program, Kyle Whittingham played as a linebacker for the BYU Cougars from 1978 to 1981 where he earned first-team all-WAC and WAC Defensive Player of the Year honors.
Whittingham played in all of the first four Holiday Bowls. In his first appearance, he played as a running back and the other three as a linebacker, during which he recorded 27 tackles.
In 2009, he was inducted into the Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame.
Kick-starting his coaching career, he was named as the graduate assistant for BYU for two seasons (1985 and 1986 seasons).
After spending five great seasons with the Idaho State, he proceeded to join the Utah staff as defensive line coach, working alongside his father, Fred Whittingham. In the 1995 season, Whittingham replaced his father as the defensive coordinator.
Kyle Whittingham Age
Kyle Whittingham was born on November 21, 1959, and is aged 62.
Kyle Whittingham Twitter
Kyle Whittingham has a Twitter account with over 59,000 (59K) followers and tweets with the username @utahcoachwhitt.
Kyle Whittingham Instagram
Kyle Whittingham has an Instagram account with a little over 4000 followers.
Kyle Whittingham Records
|Utah Utes (Mountain West Conference) (2005–2010)|
|2006||Utah||8–5||5–3||T–3rd||W Armed Forces|
|2010||Utah||10–3||7–1||2nd||L Las Vegas||23|
|Utah Utes (Pac-12 Conference) (2011–present)|
|2011||Utah||8–5||4–5||T–3rd (South)||W Sun|
|2014||Utah||9–4||5–4||5th (South)||W Las Vegas||20||21|
|2015||Utah||10–3||6–3||T-1st (South)||W Las Vegas||16||17|
|2016||Utah||9–4||5–4||3rd (South)||W Foster Farms||21||23|
|2017||Utah||7–6||3–6||5th (South)||W Heart of Dallas|
|2018||Utah||9–5||6–3||1st (South)||L Holiday|
|2019||Utah||11–3||8–1||1st (South)||L Alamo||16||16|
|2020||Utah||3–2||3–2||3rd (South)||^declined to participate|
|2021||Utah||10–4||8–1||1st (South)||L Rose†||12||12|
|Utah:||144–70||88–55||* Whittingham was co-head coach with Urban Meyer at the
Fiesta Bowl. Utah credits the Fiesta Bowl to both Meyer and Whittingham.
|National championship Conference title Conference division title or championship game berth|