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Keith Grabowski - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach

TO CONTACT COACH GRABOWSKI, please call him at 440-826-5942 or email him kgrabows@bw.edu.

Keith J. Grabowski, a 1992 graduate of Baldwin Wallace University, enters his fourth season on the Yellow Jacket coaching staff in 2012 and his third as its offensive coordinator. Grabowski served as quarterbacks coach in 2009 and was promoted to offensive coordinator in July of 2010.

In 2009, Grabowski guided then senior quarterback Anthony Gardner, who turned in an All-Ohio Athletic Conference season before signing to play professionally in France. In addition, the Yellow Jacket offense ranked fourth in the OAC at 378.4 yards per game and sixth in scoring at 24.6 points per game.

Prior to coming to BW, Grabowski made head coaching stops at Brookside High School in Sheffield Village, Brush High School in Lyndhurst and Ashtabula Lakeside High School. He also was at the helm of the Amherst Steele football program from 2004-07 and was named the 2004 Southwestern Conference Coach of the Year and Lorain County Co-Coach of the Year. Grabowski led the 2004 Comets to the second-best record in school history and the program�s second playoff victory all-time. Grabowski coached on the Amherst staff for three seasons before taking over in 2004 and ran the football program at Fairview High School from 2001-2003.

Grabowski has conducted quarterback training for St. Ignatius High School graduates Scott Mutryn and Dave Ragone. Mutryn played collegiately at Boston College and professionally with the New England Patriots (NFL) and Amsterdam Admirals (NFL Europe). Ragone was a three-time All-American at the University of Louisville and played professionally with the NFL�s Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams.

Grabowski also has served as the President of the Lorain County Football Coaches Association and the second Vice President of the Greater Cleveland Coaches Association.

He earned his Bachelor of business administration degree from BW in 1992 and his Master of Arts in education degree in 1999. While in the high school ranks, Grabowski taught language arts.

In addition to his duties at the University, Grabowski is a columnist for American Football Monthly magazine.

He currently resides in Avon Lake with his wife Tara and their daughter, Paige, and son, Aidan.

Grabowski Headlines:

Grabowski Promoted to Offensive Coordinator, Jochum Added to Football Coaching Staff at BW
(Posted on July 21, 2010)

This page was last updated on August 12, 2012.
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