Who is Ryan Day, Net worth, Biography, NFL Career: Ryan Day is an American football coach and also a former college football player. Ryan is the 24th head football coach at The Ohio State University as of 2019. He was also the acting head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes for the first game of the 2018 season.
Who is Ryan Day?
Ryan Day is the head football coach at Ohio State University. He has been in that position since 2019. Prior to that, he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Buckeyes under Urban Meyer. He also has experience coaching in the NFL, where he was the quarterbacks coach for the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers.
Day’s coaching career began in 2002, when he was a tight ends coach at his alma mater, the University of New Hampshire. He then served as a graduate assistant at Boston College in 2004 and at the University of Florida in 2005. In 2006, he was hired as the wide receivers coach at Temple University. He held that position for two seasons before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 2008.
In 2011, Day was hired as the offensive coordinator at Boston College. He held that position for three seasons before being hired by the Philadelphia Eagles as their quarterbacks coach in 2015. He followed Chip Kelly to the San Francisco 49ers in 2016 and served in the same role for one season.
In 2017, Day returned to college football to become the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Ohio State. He was promoted to head coach in 2019 after Urban Meyer retired.
In his four seasons as head coach, Day has led the Buckeyes to a 45-6 record, including a Big Ten championship in 2019 and a Rose Bowl victory in 2021. He has also been named the Big Ten Coach of the Year twice.
Ryan Day Biography
Ryan Day was born on 12 March 1979. He was born in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. He completed his higher education at Manchester Central High School in Manchester. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire. He played as quarterback and defensive back and was the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year.
|Profession||American Football Coach|
|Age||44 years in 2023|
|Date Of Birth||12 March 1979|
|Birth Place||Manchester, New Hampshire|
|Wife||Christina Spirou Day|
|Children||Days have three children, Ourania, Grace, and Ryan Jr.|
|School Name||Manchester Central High School|
|College||The University Of New Hampshire.|
Ryan day family
Ryan Day is the head football coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes. He is married to Christina Ourania Spirou, whom he calls Nina. They have three children together: Ryan Jr. (RJ), Grace, and Ourania.
Ryan and Nina met when they were playing tee ball together when they were 7 and 6 years old, respectively. They have been married since 2005.
Ryan’s father, Raymond Day, died by suicide when Ryan was 9 years old. Ryan and his wife are passionate advocates for mental health awareness and prevention. They have a foundation called the Christina and Ryan Day Fund for Pediatric and Adolescent Mental Wellness at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Ryan’s family is very supportive of his career. They often attend his games and are always there to cheer him on.
Ryan day career
Ryan began 2012 as the offensive coordinator for Temple and from 2013 to 2014 for Boston College.
On January 22, 2015, he was also selected as the quarterbacks coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
In 2016, after his mentor Chip Kelly was relieved of his duties in Philadelphia, Day was hired by Kelly in the same role, becoming head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
On January 3, 2017, Day was hired to replace Tim Beck, the co-offensive coordinator of the Ohio State Buckeyes.
He was voted Ohio State’s play caller for the 2018 season. Ohio State’s offense averaged 43.5 points per game in 2018 and ranked second in the nation in total offense.
In 2019, Day’s first season as full-time head coach, he led the Buckeyes to a 12–0 regular season record, the Buckeyes’ first undefeated regular season since 2013.
In 2020, Day’s second season was significantly shortened due to Big Ten Conference policies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Buckeyes’ regular season was reduced from 12 games to 8 games, and then again to 5 due to cancellations due to the pandemic.
The 2021 season, Day’s third full season as head coach, began with the Buckeyes ranked fourth in both the AP and Coaches Polls. After an early season upset by Oregon, Day led Ohio State through a 9 game win streak behind Heisman finalist CJ Stroud.
Ohio State had wins against then-20th-ranked Penn State and fifth-ranked Michigan State. Going into the Michigan game, Ohio State was ranked No. 2 and Michigan was ranked No. 5 by the College Football Playoff Committee.
Ryan Day Net worth
Ryan Day’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million.