About Coach Dodge....
Coach Todd Dodge is the Head Coach EISD Athletic Director at Austin Westlake High School. He was selected to lead the west squad at the Army All-American Bowl game in January 2017. His 2015 Westlake team was the State runner-up in the Class 6A, Div. 1 playoffs. The Chaparrals completed the season with a 14-2 overall record and were the Region II champions. His Quarterback, Sam Ehlinger, was named the Associated Press Sports Editor (APSE) Class 6A 2015 Offensive Player of the Year as a junior. The 2015 state title game appearance was Coach Dodge's 6th as a head coach.
Coach Dodge was named Coach of the Year by USAToday High School Sports in the state of Texas for 2015.
Over his 30 year coaching career, where Coach Dodge has been an innovator of the spread offense in the state of Texas, he has coached seven State Offensive Players of the Year. Sam Ehlinger - 6A, Chase Wasson, Chase Daniel (2 time recipient), Greg McElroy and Riley Dodge (2 time recipient) - 5A and Ricky Lay and Max Knake - 4A.
Six of the seven Players of the Year played NCAA Division 1. Quarterback Chase Wasson (Texas State Univ.). Chase Daniel (University of Missouri) a Heisman Trophy finalist, plays for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL. Greg McElroy (University of Alabama) led his team to a 14-0 season and a BCS National Title in 2009. He played in the NFL for the New York Jets and Cincinnati Bengals. He is currently a color commentator on ABC/ESPN’s college football broadcast. He is paired with Dave Pasch and Tom Luginbill. Riley Dodge (University of North Texas and McNeese State University) received the award as both a junior and a senior and is now the Offensive Coordinator at Flower Mound Marcus HS. Ricky Lay (United States Military Academy, Westpoint) and Max Knake (Texas Christian University).
While at Southlake Carroll, 2000-2006, Coach Dodge amassed a 98-11 record while claiming 4 state championships in 5 years. Twice he was named National Coach of the Year, once by Schutt Sports and once by USA Today. His teams earned three High School National titles from 2004-2006. The 2002 team was the first in Texas HS history to move up in classification & win the state championship.
Coach Dodge was a University of Texas Quarterback, 1982-1985, throwing for 2,791 yards and 18 touchdowns. He is married to Elizabeth Neptune Dodge. Their son Riley is married to Alexis Havens Dodge and they are the proud parents of Tate Riley Dodge. Their daughter Molly graduated from Texas State University and recently married Weston Kuenstler.
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