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Talent Profile: Gerry DiNardo, Football Studio Analyst, Big Ten Network

Athens, GA (Dec 7, 2007) - Gerry DiNardo, former coach of Indiana University and Louisiana State University, is a Football Studio Analyst for The Big Ten Network. This is his profile as published by The Big Ten Network.

Gerry DiNardo was named on-air analyst for Big Ten Network in July 2007. DiNardo joins Dave Revsine and Howard Griffith to form the studio team for BIG TEN FOOTBALL SATURDAY and also regularly appears on BIG TEN TONIGHT and COACHES Q&A. DiNardo joined the network after spending two years as a college football analyst with ESPN and ESPN Radio’s College GameDay.

Prior to becoming a college football analyst, DiNardo served as head coach for Indiana University from 2002-2004, Louisiana State University from 1994-1999 where he led the team to three straight bowl appearances from 1995-1997 and Vanderbilt University from 1990-1994 where he was voted head Southeastern Conference (SEC) Coach of the Year in 1991. DiNardo also served as an assistant coach at the University of Colorado from 1982-1990 helping guide the Buffaloes to a national championship in 1990.

During his playing career, DiNardo played offensive line for the University of Notre Dame from 1972-1974 where he earned All-American honors and was part of the school’s national championship team in 1973.

DiNardo resides in Bloomington, Ind., where he is the owner of DeAngelo’s Restaurant.

Photograph courtesy of The Big Ten Network.

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