George DeLeone

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George DeLeone
Sport(s) Football
Biographical details
Born (1948-05-09) May 9, 1948 (age 68)
New Haven, Connecticut
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1970–1975 Southern Connecticut (OL)
1976–1979 Southern Connecticut
1980 Rutgers (DL)
1981–1982 Rutgers (DC/LB)
1983 Rutgers (OL/ST)
1984 Holy Cross (OC/OL)
1985–1986 Syracuse (OL)
1987–1996 Syracuse (OC/OL)
1997 San Diego Chargers (OL)
1998 Syracuse (associate HC/DC)
1999 Syracuse (associate HC/OC/QB)
2000–2004 Syracuse (associate HC/OC/OL)
2005 Mississippi (RGC/OL)
2006 Temple (OC/QB)
2007 Temple (OC/OL)
2008–2010 Miami Dolphins (TE)
2011-2012 Connecticut (OC/TE)
2013 Connecticut (associate HC/OL)
2014 Cleveland Browns (asst. OL)
2015 Cleveland Browns (OL)
2016 Temple (OL)
2017-present Baylor (OL)
Head coaching record
Overall 15–24

George DeLeone (born May 9, 1948) is an American football offensive line coach for Baylor University.

Prior to rejoining Temple's staff, where he was once the offensive coordinator from 2006 through 2007, DeLeone was an offensive line coach for the Cleveland Browns. DeLeone was once the head coach at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) from 1976 to 1979, where he compiled a record of 15 wins and 24 losses. DeLeone has served as offensive coordinator for four different institutes, most recently at the University of Connecticut (UConn) from 2011 until 2013.[1][2] He also spent four years in the National Football League (NFL) with the San Diego Chargers and Miami Dolphins.[3] He attended the University of Connecticut and Southern Connecticut State.


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