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Todd McNair

Coach

Todd McNair Todd Darren McNair (born August 16, 1965) is a former professional football player and coach. McNair previously worked for six years as the running backs coach for the USC Trojans football team, until the NCAA issued a one-year show-cause penalty against him as part of sanctions related to the ineligibility of one of his former players, Reggie Bush. McNair currently has a lawsuit pending against the NCAA for libel, slander, breach of contract and four other alleged offenses. McNair was born in Camden, New Jersey, to Todd McNair, Sr. and Carolyn McNair. He played high school football at Pennsauken High School and was a 1988 graduate of Temple University where he played football. McNair is the uncle of current Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman. Younger brother Scott McNair was also a running back at Temple. McNair played professionally in the National Football League (NFL) for the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Oilers. During his career he filled a variety of roles, including acting as lead blocker, special teams, and third-down back. By the end of his career, he ran for 803 yards with 3 touchdowns, caught 252 passes with 7 touchdowns and averaged 18.6 yards on  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1965-08-16
Place of birth
Camden
Profession
Coach

Education

Institution From To
Temple University

Athlete facts

Sports
American football

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