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Marty Galbraith

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Employment History

  • Offensive Coordinator and Lathan's Would-Be Position Coach
    North Carolina State
  • Offensive Line Coach
    North Carolina State
  • Offensive Coordinator
    North Carolina State
  • Offensive Coordinator
  • Head Football Coach
    Harrison High School
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Web References
NFLHS.COM - Coaches Spotlight: Marty Galbraith, Tennessee Titans, 29 Mar 2006 [cached]
Coaches Spotlight: Marty Galbraith, Tennessee TitansNFLHS.COM - Coaches Spotlight: Marty Galbraith, Tennessee Titans
Marty Galbraith, Tennessee Titans
Marty Galbraith came to the Tennessee Titans as assistant special teams coach last year with an extensive background that includes stops on the college and pro levels.
But it's his experiences in the high school ranks that Galbraith says set the path for a successful coaching career.
Galbraith has had various stops on the pro level, including with the Arizona Cardinals as tight ends coach in 2003 and as offensive line coach for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1985, with the USFL's Tampa Bay Bandits in 1983 and 1984, and the Arizona Outlaws in 1986.
Galbraith, who is also helping the Titans' offensive staff, came to Tennessee after coaching as offensive coordinator in 2004 at Duke University.Galbraith started coaching as a grad assistant at Northwest Missouri State in 1972.After a three-year high school stint in Joplin, Mo., his hometown, he coached collegiately at Purdue, Wake Forest, Louisiana State, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech, Marshall and North Carolina State.He has coached teams in eight college bowl games.He was the offensive line coach at N.C. State in 2000 and was offensive coordinator 2001 and 2002 for the Wolfpack, who set several offensive records in those seasons.Marshall was 25-1 and Mid-American Conference champions in Galbraith's two seasons there.
"A lot of guys do grad assistant's coaching first and that's what I did," he said."Then I coached at Joplin (Mo.) three years."
It was a school of 1,200 students.Galbraith was the team's offensive line coach.
"There were four classifications for schools at that time," he said."We were in a league that was all 4A, with schools that had higher enrollments.In our third year, we won a state championship."
Galbraith was a busy man at the Missouri school.
"I coached three sports," he said."I also coached basketball and golf.No one wanted to coach golf.But then I found out you got to play a round of golf every day."
Galbraith eventually got the chance to coach collegiately.But when he was at Georgia Tech in 1993 and the coaching staff was dismissed, he decided to stick around while his son finished high school in Georgia.
"I coached at his high school one year and then got a head coaching job in Marietta," Galbraith said.
Galbraith offers some valuable advice to high school coaches who may harbor thoughts of eventually moving up to the collegiate and pro levels.
"Coaches need to try to get as much knowledge as they can from going to clinics and pro camps," Galbraith said.
Welcome to GJSentinel!, 7 Feb 2003 [cached]
Tyke Tolbert, the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at Florida, will coach the Cardinals' wide receivers, and Marty Galbraith, North Carolina State's offensive coordinator, will coach tight ends.
Galbraith played defensive back at Missouri-Southern and has coached at Northwest Missouri State, Purdue, Wake Forest, LSU, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech, Marshall and North Carolina State, as well as Tampa Bay and Arizona of the USFL and the Kansas City Chiefs.
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2/12/03 - Demonstrated Performance, 12 Feb 2003 [cached]
Marty Galbraith, N.C. State's offensive coordinator and Lathan's would-be position coach, was leaving for the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.
At Arizona, Tolbert will have something in common with at least one staffer -- Galbraith.
Titans Add To Coaching Staff, 8 Nov 2012 [cached]
Additionally, assistant secondary coach Tim Hauck and special teams assistant Marty Galbraith will not be retained for the upcoming season.
"I want to thank Tim and Marty for their time here as coaches and wish them the best," said Munchak.
The Daily Camera: Sports [cached]
Duke fired offensive coordinator Marty Galbraith after one season, during which the Blue Devils ranked last in the ACC in points and total offense.
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