NFL Head Coach: Indianapolis Colts
Career Highlights: Frank Reich is currently the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. He played college football at the University of Maryland. His most notable moment during his college career came when he led Maryland to the then largest comeback in NCAA history against Miami. Maryland was down 31-0 at half, and then won the game 42-40. Reich began his NFL playing career when he was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 1985 draft. With the Bills, Reich led another outstanding comeback in the 1993 NFL playoffs. The Bills were down 35-3 against the Oilers, but Reich led the team on a 38-3 run. They eventually won the game 41-38 in overtime, setting the record for the largest comeback in NFL history. Following his time with the Bills, Reich played for the Carolina Panthers, New York Jets, and the Detroit Lions. After his NFL career, Reich joined the Colts as a coaching intern in 2006. He worked his way up in the coaching staff in Indianapolis, eventually moving to Arizona in 2012, then San Diego in 2013. After three years with San Diego, Reich was hired by the Philadelphia Eagles as their offensive coordinator, where he would help win Super Bowl LII. In February of 2018, Reich was named the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. In his first season as head coach, Reich went 10-6 in the regular season, then 1-1 in the postseason.