Joe Pannunzio

Joseph Thomas Pannunzio (born July 4, 1959) is an American football coach executive and former player and executive.wikipedia
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American football

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Joseph Thomas Pannunzio (born July 4, 1959) is an American football coach executive and former player and executive.

Murray State Racers football

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He served as head football coach at Murray State University (MSU) from 2000 to 2005, compiling an overall record of 30–37.

Alabama Crimson Tide football

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Pannunzio was the director of football operations at the University of Alabama from 2011 to 2014.

Philadelphia Eagles

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He is currently the director of team development for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL).

National Football League

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He is currently the director of team development for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). In November 2002, Murray State won a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship with a 37–35 win over an Eastern Illinois squad led by future NFL quarterback Tony Romo.

Ohio Valley Conference

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In November 2002, Murray State won a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship with a 37–35 win over an Eastern Illinois squad led by future NFL quarterback Tony Romo.

Eastern Illinois Panthers football

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In November 2002, Murray State won a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship with a 37–35 win over an Eastern Illinois squad led by future NFL quarterback Tony Romo.

Tony Romo

In November 2002, Murray State won a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship with a 37–35 win over an Eastern Illinois squad led by future NFL quarterback Tony Romo.

Shane Andrus

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Kicker Shane Andrus made the 52-yard game-winning field goal as time expired.

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football

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In the first round of the NCAA Division I playoffs, the Racers faced off against the arch rival Western Kentucky on the road in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Bowling Green, Kentucky

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In the first round of the NCAA Division I playoffs, the Racers faced off against the arch rival Western Kentucky on the road in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Battle for the Red Belt

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The Hilltoppers won the rivalry game 59–20 and went on to win the Division I-AA national championship.

F. King Alexander

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According to an interview several years later with former Murray State president F. King Alexander, Alexander explained Pannunzio's departure by stating, "I fired our football coach, Joe Pannunzio, because of numerous incidents that occurred in our program under him that were quite bad."

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