Riley Dodge

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Riley Dodge was born on October 12, 1988, attended Carroll High School, and was a member of the Dragon Football team. As football became his passion, he continued to excel throughout his high school and college careers. 

As a junior, Dodge gained 4,184 yards and 54 touchdowns passing, plus 1,119 yards and 13 scores rushing, in Todd Dodge’s trademark no-huddle spread offense. In 2007, as a senior, Dodge threw for 3,445 yards and 39 touchdowns.  In two years as a starter and one season as a backup, Dodge threw for a total of 8,143 yards, which was second only to former Southlake QB and 2007 Heisman Trophy finalist Chase Daniel. Dodge would finish his high school career with a record of 27-2 and 101 touchdowns, with his only playoff loss being a game in which he was injured. 

Upon graduating from high school, he continued his football career, eventually at the University of North Texas, then McNeese State University. After graduating from college, he began a coaching career which, in April of 2018, led him back to his alma mater, where he would coach the Dragon Football Team. 


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