Martin visits the Kentucky Army National Guard in 2010
|Date of birth:||July 25, 1978|
|Place of birth:||Mobile, Alabama|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||225 lb (102 kg)|
|High school:||Mobile (AL) Williamson|
|NFL Draft:||2000 / Round: 5 / Pick: 163|
|* Offseason and/or practice squad member only|
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Tamaurice Nigel "Tee" Martin (born July 25, 1978) is an American football coach and former quarterback who played in the National Football League and Canadian Football League. He is the current offensive coordinator for the University of Southern California Trojans.
Martin was a backup to Peyton Manning during his freshman and sophomore years at the University of Tennessee. During his junior season, Martin led the 1998 Tennessee Volunteers football team to a 13–0 record and a Fiesta Bowl victory over Florida State University, winning the school its first NCAA Division I-A national football championship since 1951. He was teammates with running back Jamal Lewis in his early years at Tennessee and Peerless Price, who each went on to play in the NFL.
In the 1998 season, Martin broke the NCAA record for consecutive completions. Against South Carolina, Martin completed his first 23 passes. Combined with a completion on his last pass the previous week against Alabama, Martin's string of 24 consecutive completions set a new record, breaking the previous one by Dominique Davis, formerly of East Carolina, who had completed 23 in a row.
In 1999, Martin led the Vols to their second consecutive BCS bowl. During Martin's two years as a starter at Tennessee, the Vols were undefeated against 5 out of 6 of the program's main conference rivals, (2–0 vs Alabama, 2–0 vs Auburn, 2–0 vs Georgia, 2–0 vs Vanderbilt, 2-0 vs Kentucky, and 1–1 vs Florida).
Martin was drafted in the fifth round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2004, Martin retired as an Oakland Raider after four NFL seasons. Martin spent one season in the NFL Europe league. During the 2002 season, he led the Rhein Fire to a league best 7–3 record. The Fire lost in the World Bowl, falling 20–26 to the Berlin Thunder.
Martin owns Playmakers Sports, a company specializing in sports event planning, quarterback training, and skills development and is a college football expert on Comcast Sports Southeast program Talkin' Football. He is a quarterback coach for the Nike Elite 11 Quarterback Camps, Nike Football Training Camps, and has trained many high school and Division 1 quarterbacks. In 2008, Martin created the "Dual Threat" Quarterback Camp and Academy in Atlanta, Georgia.
In February 2012, Martin was announced as the new wide receivers coach for the University of Southern California. He had been linked with jobs at both Alabama and Oregon previously. News of his hiring at USC was broken by a tweet by Matt Barkley. Martin replaced Ted Gilmore who left to take a job at the Oakland Raiders. As of 2016, Martin is the offensive coordinator for the Trojans.
Martin was born and raised in Mobile, AL. He is now[when?] married to the former Toya Rodriguez, a recording artist known professionally as Toya. His oldest child, Amari Rodgers, will play college football at Clemson University; he was once committed to playing for his dad at USC.
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