|ESPN.com: College Football||[Print without images]|
• Has coached at Ohio, Purdue, Ohio State, Akron, Youngstown State, Michigan State, and Cincinnati.
• Coached under Jim Tressel at Youngstown State and was defensive coordinator during the team's 11-0 regular season in 1990.
• Secondary coach at Michigan State from 1995-2000.
• Defensive coordinator under Tressel from 2001-2003 at Ohio State, including the Buckeyes' 2002 national championship season.
• Named head coach at Cincinnati on Dec. 23, 2003.
• In first season as head coach, Bearcats went 7-5 and beat Marshall 32-14 in the Fort Worth Bowl in 2004.
• Bearcats upset No. 7 Rutgers on Nov. 18, the highest ranked team Cincinnati has ever beaten.
• Finished the 2006 regular season bowl-eligible at 7-5 overall and 5-3 in the Big East.
Source -- University of Cincinnati official athletic Web site
|Mark Dantonio was on the staffs of Nick Saban and Bobby Williams. Now he's running the show at Michigan State.|