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Who did Gerry DiNardo coach?

Who did Gerry DiNardo coach?

Gerry DiNardo

Coaching History Team Years
Head Coach Indiana Hoosiers 2002-2004
Head Coach Birmingham Thunderbolts 2001
Head Coach LSU Tigers 1995-1999
Head Coach Vanderbilt Commodores 1991-1994

Where did Gerry DiNardo play college football?

the University of Notre Dame
Playing career DiNardo went to college at the University of Notre Dame, where he played guard from 1972 to 1974 for coach Ara Parseghian.

What is Gerry DiNardo salary?

LSU will pay DiNardo a base salary of $95,000. He will get an additional $150,000 for radio and television appearances and supplemental pay for endorsement contracts. DiNardo, 42, started his head coaching career at Vanderbilt after helping Colorado win a national title in 1990 as offensive coordinator.

Who is the winningest coach in LSU history?

McClendon is the leader in seasons coached and games won, with 137 victories during his 18 years with the program. Allen Jeardeau has the highest winning percentage of those who have coached more than one game, with .

Who is LSU football head coach?

Brian Kelly
LSU Tigers football/Head coaches
Brian Kelly takes over for Ed Orgeron as the head coach of the LSU Tigers. He comes over from Notre Dame where he held that position for a decade-plus.

Where did Gerry Dinardo go to high school?

University of Notre Dame
Saint Francis Preparatory School
Gerry DiNardo/Education

What does dinardo mean?

Di Nardo Name Meaning Italian: patronymic from the personal name Nardo, a short form of Bernardo (see Bernard) or Leonardo (see Leonard).

Who replaced Saban at LSU?

When Saban decided to depart the NFL after compiling a 15-17 record, his successor at LSU, former Oklahoma State coach Les Miles, already was entrenched with the Tigers, so off Saban went to Tuscaloosa to take over as head coach at Alabama.

Who will replace Brian Kelly?

Marcus Freeman
Notre Dame has promoted defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman to replace Brian Kelly as head coach of the Fighting Irish. Dec. 3, 2021, at 9:24 a.m.

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