Maurice Linguist: Wife, Family, Salary, Net Worth, Wiki

Maurice Linguist (born April 1, 1984) is an American football coach who is the head coach at the University at Buffalo. A native of Texas, Linguist played college football as a defensive back for Baylor.

Maurice Linguist: Wife, Family, Salary, Net Worth, Wiki

Wife:

Maurice Lingvist is a married man, and he has been with his longtime wife, Stacey Linguist.

Well, talk about when they got married, there is no exact information yet, but it certainly has been a little less than a decade.

And, when they actually met each other, talking was when they were in college. They met each other in their junior year of college, and they fell in love immediately.

Family:

As discussed above, Maurice Linquist is a married man, and also has children, which means he has a decent sized family.

Maurice and his wife Stacy have so far given birth to 2 children, their eldest child being a daughter named Maura, and a son named Lance.

Currently, his immediate family members are his wife and 2 children.

Salary:

Maurice Linguist: Wife, Family, Salary, Net Worth, Wiki

University of Buffalo Coach Maurice Linquist has an annual salary of $675,000 per year.

This is a value disclosed by official sources, so his exact salary right now, apart from the possible bonus, is a quarter of a million thousand, less than eight million dollars.

Net Worth:

Maurice Gross’s net worth or net income is estimated to be $1 million – $7 million dollars. He has made such an amount of wealth from his primary career as a Linguist.

 

Net Worth $1 million – $7 million
Annual Salary Under review
Source of Income Linguist
Verification Status of Wealth Not verified

Wiki:

Maurice Linguist (born April 1, 1984) is an American football coach who is the head coach at the University at Buffalo. 

Current position
Title Head coach
Team Buffalo
Conference MAC
Record 4–7

After playing at Baylor, Linguist spent a season as a graduate assistant with the Bears. The following year, he coached defensive backs and special teams at Valdosta State. From 2009 until 2011, he coached safeties at James Madison.

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