Mike Tomlin is the youngest coach to win a super bowl at the age of 36.
The youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl was Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, who was 36 years old when the Steelers won Super Bowl XLIII.
Mike Tomlin was the youngest head coach to win the Super Bowl. He was 36 years old at the time.
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Tony Dungy won Super Bowl XII, in 1979 with the Steelers at the age of 24 as a player. Later he went on to coach with Steelers' Head Coach, Chuch Noll as a Defensive Backs coordinator, one year after the Steelers won Super Bowl XIV, but did not win a Super Bowl as a coach until he, as Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, led them to a victory in Super Bowl XLI, in 2007 (at the age of 52). This victory, at the time, did make Dungy the youngest and first African-American to win a Super Bowl, but this statistic would not stand for long. Dungy will always be the first African-American coach to win a Super Bowl.In 2009, Mike Tomlin, led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a Superbowl XLIII victory at the age of 36 - making him not only the youngest African-American Head Coach to win a Super Bowl, but also the youngest Head Coach (of any ethnicity) to win in Super-bowl history thus far. In only his second year of Head-Coaching, his team beat the Arizona Cardinals 27-23, thus replacing Dungy as the youngest African-American coach to have that honor.
Jon Gruden was the youngest to win a Super Bowl at 39 years, 162 days when Tampa Bay defeated Oakland in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Former Head Coach and current analyst Brian Billick was the coach for the 2001 Super Bowl win; current Head Coach John Harbauch coached the Ravens to their second Super Bowl win in 2013.