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Philbin played one season of college football for Washington and Jefferson College. He played Tight End as the Presidents finshed the 1980 season with a record of 2-7 under head coach Pat Mondock.
After a few years away from football, Philbin began his coaching career for the Tulane University Green Wave as a Graduate Assistant while working on his Master’s degree. However, Tulane was not successful during his time, winning only four games in two seasons. After finishing his Master’s degree, he moved into coaching full-time with Worchester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). During his time at Tulane, he began working with Mike Sherman who was the Green Wave’s Offensive Line coach. They would form a coaching relationship that would span several decades.
After Tulane, Philbin was hired as the Offensive Line Coach the WPI Engineers, a position that he held for two seasons. The Engineers went 5-3 in 1986 and regressed to 2-6 in 1987.
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
After a brief stint at WPI, Philbin took another position with the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy continuing his career coaching on the offensive line. During his time with the school, he first coached with Lou Anarumo who would later coach with him during his time in Miami. During his two seasons with the team, the team finished 2-8 in 1988 and 5-4 in 1989.
After two seasons at the service academy, Philbin began coaching at Allegheny College under new head coach Ken O’Keefe as the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach. During his four seasons with the Gators, the team had several successful seasons. They won the Division III National Championship in 1990, the school’s first. During Philbin’s four seasons, the team posted two undefeated seasons. After his tenure with the team, Philbin would begin coaching at the Division I level.
University of Ohio
After his successful stint with Allegheny, Philbin moved to Ohio University for a year-long sting as the Offensive Line Coach for the 1994 season. However, the season was a failure as the Bobcats went 0-11 leading to the entire staff being dismissed.
After his single season at Ohio, Philbin became the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach at Northeastern University under head Barry Gallup. However, his two seasons at Northeastern were not very successful. The Huskies struggled through a 2-9 season and a 4-7 season during his two seasons. After the 1995 season, Philbin accepted an offer from Harvard coach Tim Murphy.
During his brief tenure as Harvard's Offensive Line Coach and Offensive Coordinator, Philbin coached his first NFL player, future Pro Bowler Matt Birk. He also had his most successful season since his Allegheny seasons when Harvard went 9-1 (7-0 in the Ivy League) to win the conference. While they regressed his second season (4-6), he would leave Harvard for the University of Iowa.
University of Iowa
In 1999, Kirk Ferentz was hired as the head coach of the University of Iowa and hired his former player (from Worcester Academy) Philbin to coach his offensive line. During his time in Iowa, Philbin helped mold great offensive linemen for the Hawkeyes. Philbin helped coach consecutive Big Ten Offensive Linemen of the Year and in 2002 the Hawkeyes had three Big Ten selections to All-Big Ten teams. While they started their tenure together going 1-10 and 0-8 in the Big Ten in 1999, the Hawkeyes went 11-2 with Iowa's only undefeated season in Big Ten play during the 2002 season. The season was capped by their first Big Ten Championship since 1990 and an appearance in the Orange Bowl.
Green Bay Packers
After the 2002 season, Philbin accepted a position with the Green Bay Packers for his first NFL position. Over the next nine seasons, Philbin would carry four distinct titles, starting with Assistant Offensive Line Coach, picked up the responsibilities of coaching the Tight Ends in 2004 and 2005 before being the full time Offensive Line coach for the 2006 season.
By the 2007 season, he worked his way up to Offensive Coordinator (2007-2011). The Packers had their most successful seasons under his offensive leadership, winning the Super Bowl in 2010 and going 15-1 the next year as they won the 1st overall seed in the NFC. Under his tutelage, quarterback Aaron Rogers broke many league and team records, such as the highest passer rating in league history (122.5 in 2011).
In 2012, Philbin was hired as the Miami Dolphins head coach, replacing former head coach Tony Sparano. Even though he was tasked with turning around the franchise, the Dolphins have struggled with mediocrity during Philbin's tenure with the team. Through three season, the team has gone 23-25 without a playoff appearance.
|Year||Franchise||Position||Wins / Losses / Ties||Playoff wins / Playoff losses||Championship win|
|2016||Indianapolis Colts||Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line Coach||8-8-0||0-0|
|2015||Miami Dolphins||Head Coach||6-10-0||0-0|
|2014||Miami Dolphins||Head Coach||8-8-0||0-0|
|2013||Miami Dolphins||Head Coach||8-8-0||0-0|
|2012||Miami Dolphins||Head Coach||7-9-0||0-0|
|2011||Green Bay Packers||Offensive Coordinator||15-1-0||0-1|
|2010||Green Bay Packers||Offensive Coordinator||10-6-0||4-0|
|2009||Green Bay Packers||Offensive Coordinator||11-5-0||0-1|
|2008||Green Bay Packers||Offensive Coordinator||6-10-0||0-0|
|2007||Green Bay Packers||Offensive Coordinator||13-3-0||1-1|
|2006||Green Bay Packers||Offensive Line Coach||8-8-0||0-0|
|2005||Green Bay Packers||Assistant Offensive Line Coach / Tight Ends Coach||4-12-0||0-0|
|2004||Green Bay Packers||Assistant Offensive Line Coach / Tight Ends Coach||10-6-0||0-1|
|2003||Green Bay Packers||Assistant Offensive Line Coach||10-6-0||1-1|