Bowl Games Coached 1984: Sun 1986: Sugar 1995: Liberty 1996: Sun 1999: Gator 2001: Fiesta 2002: Alamo 2004: EV1.net 2005: Champs 2008: Gator 2010: Beef `O' Brady's 2011: Belk 2013: Sugar
Coached first team All-BIG EAST center Mario Benavides and second team tackle Alex Kupper in 2012.
Guided two All-BIG EAST performers in first-teamer Mark Wetterer and second-teamer Byron Stingily, who was also a sixth-round selection by the Tennessee Titans in 2010.
Jake Smith was the school's first FWAA freshman All-American in 2011, and Borberly was instrumental in rebuilding a line that had to replace four starters.
Cardinals allowed just 17 sacks all season in 2010, which was the second-fewest total in the BIG EAST Conference. Louisville rushed for 2,275 yards and 4.8 yards per carry.
Tutored senior offensive tackle Eugene Monroe in 2008 to several All-American squads including second-team honors by the Associated Press and Walter Camp Football Foundation. Monroe, a first-team All-ACC selection, was also voted the winner of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given to the league's best blocker.
In 2007, Borberly coached offensive guard Branden Albert, who was named a third-team AP All-American and selected to the All-ACC squad. He was taken as the 15th overall pick by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Coached Will Barker who was one of three first-time starters along the offensive front and went on to earn ACC All-Freshman Team honors.
During Borbely's four seasons at Colorado, the Buffs advanced to three bowl appearances and captured the Big 12 Northern Division on three occasions. In 2002, Colorado finished sixth in the nation in rushing.
Borbely coached the offensive line at Notre Dame from 1998 to 2001, where he worked with Strong. While with the Irish, he coached in two New Year's Day bowls (1999 Gator and 2001 Fiesta).
Helped the Cardinal to Liberty and Sun Bowl invitations following the 1995 and 1996 seasons. In 1996, Borbely had two players, Brad Badger and Nate Parks, selected in the NFL Draft.
All-BIG EAST Players Mario Benavides (2012), Alex Kupper (2012), Mark Wetterer (2010), Byron Stingily (2010)