Gill Not Returning In 2013

Gill Not Returning In 2013

Michigan State Associate Athletics Director John Lewandowski confirmed Friday that Spartans defensive line coach Ted Gill won't return for the 2013 season.

Friday afternoon Michigan State announced Spartans defensive line coach Ted Gill’s contract would not be renewed.  Gill, who came with Mark Dantonio from Cincinnati, has served as Dantonio’s defensive line coach for the past nine years and is considered one of coaching’s all-time great guys. 

“Ted Gill’s contract runs through March 31, 2013, and will not be renewed,” Dantonio said in a statement released by Michigan State.  “He has been a contributing member of my coaching staff for nine years, including the last six seasons here at Michigan State.  I wish Ted the best in his future endeavors.”


YEARS AT MICHIGAN STATE: Joined staff on Nov. 30, 2006, from Cincinnati.
PREVIOUS COACHING EXPERIENCE: College - Graduate assistant coach at Idaho State (1971-73); offensive line coach at Utah (1974-76); defensive line coach at New Mexico State (1977); defensive coordinator and defensive line coach at Ball State (1978-81); defensive coordinator at Cornell (1982); defensive line and linebackers coach at Army (1983); defensive line and linebackers coach at North Carolina (1984-87); defensive line coach at Rice (1988-89); defensive line and linebackers coach at Iowa (1990-94); defensive coordinator at Oklahoma State (1995); defensive line coach at Cincinnati (2003-06). Professional - Defensive line coach at NFL's Carolina Panthers (1996-98); defensive line coach at XFL's Los Angeles Extreme (2001); defensive coordinator at CFL's Montreal Alouettes (2002).
EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in education from Idaho State in 1973.
PLAYING EXPERIENCE: College - Two-year letterwinner as a linebacker and nose tackle at Idaho State (1968-69).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Coach - 1986 Aloha Bowl, 1991 Rose Bowl, 1991 Holiday Bowl, 1993 Alamo Bowl, 2004 Fort Worth Bowl, 2007 Champs Sports Bowl, 2009 Capital One Bowl, 2010 Valero Alamo Bowl, 2011 Capital One Bowl, 2012 Outback Bowl, 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Recommended Stories

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