Current and Past Army Football Coaches
- Army Head Coaches
Stan Brock 2008 - 2008
After his playing career, he became a coach in the Arena Football League (AFL), where he served as the head coach of the Portland Forest Dragons (1997-1999) and the Los Angeles Avengers (2000-2001).
On January 29, 2007, he was named the head coach at Army after the resignation of Bobby Ross. Since he became head coach, the Black Knights have posted a 6-18 record and have lost twice to Navy by a combined score of 72-3. On December 8, 2008, sportswriter John Feinstein, the author of A Civil War: Army vs. Navy, wrote a column in the Washington Post in which he called for Brock to be...
Bobby Ross 2004 - 2007
After graduating from Benedictine High School in 1955, he enrolled at the Virginia Military Institute, where he started at quarterback and defensive back for two seasons and served as captain of the football team as a senior. Ross graduated from VMI in 1959 with a bachelor of arts degree in English and History.
Following a tour of duty in the U.S. Army as a first lieutenant (1960-62), Ross found work coaching high school football. He coached at Colonial Heights High School, and at his own nearby alma mater of Benedictine, both located near Richmond, Virginia. He then moved on to coaching...