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Chris Tormey

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Christopher Joseph Tormey (born May 1, 1955) is a former American football coach. Formerly the head coach at and Nevada and Idaho, his alma mater, Tormey was an assistant coach for 16 seasons at Washington (1984–94 & 2004–08); he also spent two seasons there as a graduate assistant (1980–81). He returned to the high school level in 2014 as the head coach at South Whidbey in Langley, Washington. then moved up to CFL as an assistant in 2015. Early years Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Tormey grew up in Spokane, Washington, where he played high school football at Gonzaga Prep under longtime head coach Bill Frazier (1908–2000). All-city as a junior in 1971, a mid-season knee injury in 1972 ended his high school career early. After graduation in 1973, he played college football at the University of Idaho in Moscow, to the south. Tormey had a standout sophomore season in 1974 for the Vandals under first-year head coach Ed Troxel,
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