Throughout his career, Jedd Fisch has consistently received the utmost support from his wife, Amber Fisch.
She has relocated alongside him, accompanying him wherever his professional journey led.
The Arizona Wildcats are indeed privileged to have such a steadfast supporter in Amber.
Jedd Fisch is a notable American football coach with a rich background spanning both collegiate and professional levels.
Rather than playing football in high school or college, he excelled as an all-state tennis player during his preparatory years.
He has been a part of numerous NFL franchises, such as the Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New England Patriots.
In December 2020, Jedd Fisch took on the role of head coach for the University of Arizona Wildcats football program, marking his inaugural position as a college head coach.
Jedd Fisch Wife, Amber Fisch
Jedd Fisch and his wife, Amber Fisch, have shared their lives together for over two decades.
While Bob Stoops achieved numerous coaching milestones with Oklahoma, one of his most impactful decisions occurred away from the field.
Throughout his illustrious coaching tenure at Oklahoma, Bob Stoops positively influenced countless lives, with one notable beneficiary being current Arizona head coach Jedd Fisch.
In the year 2000, Bob Stoops played a pivotal role in introducing Jedd Fisch to his future wife, Amber Fisch, at an AFCA coaches convention.
Amber was associated with AFCA Executive Director Grant Teaff at that time, eventually leading to their marriage a few years later.
Amber Fisch, born Amber Mosley, was born on February 8, 1976. She hails from Texas, although she has also resided in California.
Together, Jedd and Amber Fisch are proud parents to three daughters: Zaylee Arnet Fisch, born on November 10, 1998; Ashlee, born on May 16, 2009; and Kendall, born on December 20, 2011.
2023 Alamo Bowl
In Thursday’s Alamo Bowl matchup, the No. 14 Arizona Wildcats triumphed over the No. 12 Oklahoma Sooners with a score of 38-24.
Despite Oklahoma (10-3, 7-2) holding a 24-13 lead in the second quarter, Arizona (10-3, 7-2) rallied back, benefiting significantly from six turnovers they forced.
This defensive prowess allowed Arizona to accumulate 28 points from those turnovers, marking their fourth 10-win season in the school’s history.
In a game witnessed by 55,853 spectators at the Alamodome, Arizona’s defense, despite giving up a season-high in yards and a streak of 24 consecutive points, managed to make pivotal plays.
This victory stands as Arizona’s first bowl win since 2015 and its first 10-win season since 2014.
Furthermore, the Wildcats’ triumph marked their seventh consecutive victory, matching a school record for the longest in-season winning streak.
This win also marked Arizona’s fifth victory over a ranked opponent, the most in the school’s history.