Rich Bisaccia

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Rich Bisaccia
Current position
TitleSpecial Teams Coordinator
TeamDallas Cowboys
Personal information
Date of birth(1960-06-03) June 3, 1960 (age 53)
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1983


1984-1987


1988


1989–1990



1991



1992–1993


1994–1998


1999


2000-2001



2002-2007

2008



2009-2010


2011

2012


2013-present
Wayne State College
(Defensive backs coach)
(Special Teams coach)
Wayne State College
(Quarterbacks coach)
(Wide Receivers coach)
University of South Carolina
(Graduate Assistant)
(Tight Ends and Wide Receivers)
University of South Carolina
(Volunteer Assistant)
(Defensive Ends)
(Special teams)
University of South Carolina
(Volunteer Assistant)
(Tight Ends)
(Special teams)
University of South Carolina
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
Clemson University
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
University of Mississippi
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
University of Mississippi
(Assistant Head coach)
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Special Teams Coordinator)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Assistant Head coach)
(Running Backs coach)
(Special Teams Coordinator)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Assistant Head coach)
(Special teams Coordinator)
San Diego Chargers
(Special teams Coordinator)
San Diego Chargers
(Special teams Coordinator)
(Assistant Head coach)
Dallas Cowboys
(Special teams Coordinator)
 
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Rich Bisaccia
Current position
TitleSpecial Teams Coordinator
TeamDallas Cowboys
Personal information
Date of birth(1960-06-03) June 3, 1960 (age 53)
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1983


1984-1987


1988


1989–1990



1991



1992–1993


1994–1998


1999


2000-2001



2002-2007

2008



2009-2010


2011

2012


2013-present
Wayne State College
(Defensive backs coach)
(Special Teams coach)
Wayne State College
(Quarterbacks coach)
(Wide Receivers coach)
University of South Carolina
(Graduate Assistant)
(Tight Ends and Wide Receivers)
University of South Carolina
(Volunteer Assistant)
(Defensive Ends)
(Special teams)
University of South Carolina
(Volunteer Assistant)
(Tight Ends)
(Special teams)
University of South Carolina
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
Clemson University
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
University of Mississippi
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
University of Mississippi
(Assistant Head coach)
(Running Backs coach)
(Special teams)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Special Teams Coordinator)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Assistant Head coach)
(Running Backs coach)
(Special Teams Coordinator)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Assistant Head coach)
(Special teams Coordinator)
San Diego Chargers
(Special teams Coordinator)
San Diego Chargers
(Special teams Coordinator)
(Assistant Head coach)
Dallas Cowboys
(Special teams Coordinator)

Richard Bisaccia (born June 3, 1960) is the current special teams coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys.

Prior to joining the Cowboys, Bisaccia was the assistant head coach, special teams coordinator and running backs coach for Auburn University's football team; he was hired to that position by Gus Malzahn in January 2013.[1] Auburn released Bisaccia from his contract after less than a month to allow him to sign with the Cowboys.[2]

He was previously assistant head coach / special teams coach for the San Diego Chargers of the National Football League.[3]

Bisaccia was the special teams coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2002 to 2010 and won a Super Bowl ring during his first year with the team.[4]

A former defensive back at Yankton College in South Dakota, the native of Yonkers, N.Y. began his coaching career at Wayne State (Neb.) College in 1983. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education degree with a minor in Health Education from Wayne State.

In 1988, Bisaccia took a graduate assistant position with South Carolina and coached tight ends and receivers. He also served as a volunteer assistant coach for defensive ends. He took over as an assistant coach in 1992 and was responsible for running backs and special teams. Under Bisaccia, the Gamecocks led the SEC in kickoff returns in 1992 and set a school record for blocked kicks.

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