Joe Pannunzio Biography
Joseph Thomas Pannunzio is a popular American football coach who is currently working in the National Football League (NFL) for the Philadelphia Eagles as the director of team development. Joe is a retired executive and player. From 2000 to 2005 Joe worked at Murray State University (MSU) as head football coach, compiling an overall record of 30–37. From 2011 to 2014 Joe worked at the University of Alabama as the director of football operations. In 2017 Joe was the special teams/tight ends coach, and in 2018 was the running backs coach for the University of Alabama.
Joe Pannunzio Age
Joe Pannunzio was born in Pueblo, Colorado, United States on July 4, 1959, and presently Joe is 64 years old.
Joe Pannunzio Height
Pannunzio stands at an average height though he has not disclosed his actual stature.
Joe Pannunzio Family
He was born and brought up in Pueblo, Colorado, United States by his loving and supportive parents. Joe is not only a famous coach but also an enigmatic individual who has not disclosed any information regarding his father, mother, and siblings thus these details will be updated as soon as Joe agrees to share them with the limelight.
Joe Pannunzio Wife
Joe is happily and contentedly wedded to his gorgeous wife, Rita. Joe and Rita are blessed with two beautiful daughters, Nico Segura and Angela Brown, and an amazing son, Mario. Joe and his wife have son-in-laws Jason Segura and Michael Brown and two grandsons, Paul Mason Brown and Michael Jo.
Joe Pannunzio Education
He schooled at Pueblo County High School.
Joe Pannunzio Salary
Joe receives an annual salary of $425,000.
Joe Pannunzio’s Net Worth
Pannunzio has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Joe Pannunzio Career
Murray State won a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship in November 2002 with a 37–35 win over an Eastern Illinois squad led by Tony Romo the future NFL quarterback. As time expired, Kicker Shane Andrus made the 52-yard game-winning field goal. MSU acquired the OVC’s automatic bid to the Division I-AA playoffs and the Racers completed the season 7–4 and 5–1 in conference. The Racers faced off against the arch-rival Western Kentucky on the road in Bowling Green, Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA Division I playoffs. The Hilltoppers went on to win the Division I-AA national championship and won the rivalry game 59–20.
After the arrest of a Murray State football player and a retired player on drug trafficking and weapons charges Joe was placed on paid administrative leave on April 29, 2005. Terrence Biggers, a retired wide receiver, and Ron Lane, a junior running back, were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school. “Charges of this acuteness and magnitude demand a stepped-up review of our football program,” Allen Ward the athletic director said after the happening. Both students were banned from campus and Ron Lane was removed from the team.