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|Birth date:||December 5, 1952|
|Birth place:||Mentor, Ohio, United States|
|Profession:||American football player, Coach, Consultant, American Football coach|
|Education:||University of Akron, Baldwin Wallace University, Berea High School|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Ellen Tressel (m. 1999)|
|Children:||Whitney Tressel, Carlee Tressel, Zak Tressel, Eric Tressel|
|Awards:||Eddie Robinson Award|
|Nominations:||Best Coach/Manager ESPY Award|
|Books:||The Winners Manual|
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Former American football trainer and educator Jim Tressel has an estimated net worth of $16 million and a yearly salary of $3.5 million. He’s earned his net worth as the current Vice President of Tactical Involvement for the University of Akron. He was born James Patrick Tressel on December 5, 1952 in Mentor, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb. His father, Lee Tressel, was the coach at Mentor’s high school. His mom, Eloise Tressel, worked as the athletic historian at Baldwin-Wallace. He graduated from Berea High School in 1971. He played quarterback at Baldwin-Wallace where he earned four varsity letters and won all-conference honors as senior in 1974. He graduated in 1975 using a bachelor’s degree in instruction.
Jim Tressel Net Worth $16 Million
Tressel used to be a football coach at Ohio State University from 2001 to 2011 and at Youngstown State University from1986 to 2000 where the team won four NCAA Division I-AA Football Championships. He was hired by the Ohio Buckeyes before the 2001 season to replace John Cooper. The 2002 squad won a national title and attained the first 14-0 season record in major college football since Penn Quakers football team went 15-0 in 1897. His eight wins against Michigan place him second in school history to Woody Hayes, who had 16. Tressel is the sole Ohio State head coach to win seven straight games from the Wolverines. He was a consultant for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League from September 2011 to February 2012.