Chad Morris was inducted into the Texas Excessive College Soccer Corridor of Fame
Chad Morris is back to his roots as a high school coach in Texas when he was hired to lead the Allen High School Eagles powerhouse this off-season.
His reputation and track record speak for themselves even before he even started his job, and his contribution to the game at the Lone Star State earned him an inductance into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame.
Before entering college, Morris set a record of 169-38 in 16 seasons at five different high schools, including Stephenville and Lake Travis. While at Lake Travis, he led the school to consecutive undefeated seasons in which they won the state championship.
Morris left Lake Travis for the position of offensive coordinator at Tulsa in 2010. After just a year with the Golden Hurricane, he was transferred to the same position at Clemson, where he stayed until 2014 when he became head coach at SMU. After a successful 2017 season with the Mustangs, Morris was hired to rebuild the Arkansas program after Bret Bielema was laid off.
However, he was never able to get the Razorbacks going as they went 4:18 in his two seasons, including 0:14 in the SEC game. Morris spent the last season as offensive coordinator in Auburn under Gus Malzahn.