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Tim Marcum's coaching record with Tampa Bay Storm

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Before coming to Tampa Bay, coach Tim Marcum went a combined 44-10 in the regular season and 11-2 in the playoffs with six ArenaBowl berths and four titles for Denver (1987) and Detroit (1988-89 and 1991-93). His tenure with the Storm:

Year Rec. Playoffs

1995 10-2 3-0, won ArenaBowl

1996 12-2 3-0, won ArenaBowl

1997 8-6 1-1, semifinals

1998 12-2 2-1, lost ArenaBowl

1999 11-3 0-1, first round *

2000 8-6 1-1, second round *

2001 10-4 0-1, second round *

2002 6-8 1-1, second round *

2003 12-4 3-0, won ArenaBowl

2004 9-7 0-1, first round *

2005 9-5 0-1, first round *

2006 5-8 Missed playoffs

2007 9-7 0-1, first round

2008 8-8 Missed playoffs

2010 11-5 2-1, lost ArenaBowl

* Lost in quarterfinals

Regular season

Storm: 140-77Overall: 184-87

Playoffs

Storm: 16-10Overall: 27-12

Total

Storm: 156-87Overall: 211-99

Tim Marcum's coaching record with Tampa Bay Storm 02/17/11 [Last modified: Thursday, February 17, 2011 10:01pm]
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