Gino Guidugli joined the Badgers in 2023. He was a part of the staff that came over with Luke Fickell from Cincinnati. So who is Gino Guidugli? Let’s take a closer look and get to know the Badgers’ passing game coordinator and tight ends coach.
Who Is Gino Guidugli? Facts About The Badgers Coach
- Guidugli earned his bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Cincinnati in 2005 and his master’s degree in sports administration from Central Michigan in 2012.
- Prior to joining the coaching ranks, Guidugli played professionally in the Arena and Canadian Football Leagues.
- In 2018, Guidugli began coaching Bearcat quarterbacks, eventually mentoring national star, Desmond Ridder to the most prolific career in UC history. Ridder was the second quarterback selected in the 2022 NFL Draft, going in the third round (No. 74 overall) to the Atlanta Falcons.
- Gino Guidugli was officially announced as the Wisconsin Badgers’ passing game coordinator and tight ends coach on Jan. 4, 2023.
Gino Guidugli’s Age And Personal Life
Guidugli is 39 years old. He is married to his wife Michelle and they have three kids together, Ryland, Ezra, and Willow.
Where Is Gino Guidugli From?
Guidugli is from Fort Thomas, Kentucky. He attended Highlands High School and helped them win two state championships as the quarterback. He still holds many Kentucky records for quarterbacks. He then attended the University of Cincinnati from 2001-04 where he owns most of the school passing and offense records.
Gino Guidugli Coaching Experience
|2010-12||Central Michigan||Graduate Assistant|
|2013-16||Central Michigan||Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator|
|2017||Central Michigan||Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks|
|2020-21||Cincinnati||Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks|
|2023-present||Wisconsin||Passing Game Coordinator/Tight Ends|
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