Running Backs Coach Wayne Stanley

Wayne Stanley Ohio State
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Past Teams
Ohio State

College: Iowa State

OSU Coaching History:

1979-83: Running Backs

1983 Media Guide: Wayne Stanley is in charge of Ohio State tailbacks and fullbacks.

He was born June 22, 1954, in Belle Glade, Florida. He was an all-around athlete at Central High, lettering in football, basketball and track. Stanley won all-Florida honors at quarterback. Stanley went to Iowa State and was in Earle Bruce’s first recruiting class with the Cyclones in 1973.

He lettered four years at Iowa State and was co-captain in 1976. He tied the school record for the most career touchdown passes (25) as well as for the most touchdown passes in one game (4). His career total of 2,671 passing yards ranks fifth in Iowa State history.

Stanley spent the 1977 season as a student coach with the Cyclones, while completing work for his degree. In 1978, he joined the coaching staff on a full-time basis, working with the running backs.

Wayne and his wife, Paula, were married in August, 1982.