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Gino Guidugli
Gino Guidugli

Position:
Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator

Experience:
1 Year

Alma Mater:
Cincinnati

Graduated:
2004


Gino Guidugli, a former offensive graduate assistant at Central Michigan, was introduced as the Chippewas' running backs coach in March 2013.

Guidugli assisted in coaching the receivers and the defensive scout team from 2009-2011 in his first stint at Central Michigan.

Most recently, Guidugli was the starting quarterback for the Arena Football League's Milwaukee Mustangs. In 2011, he passed for 1,313 yards with 23 touchdowns and four interceptions in five games and helped lead the Mustangs on a three-game winning streak to finish the season.

Guidugli has also played professionally in the AFL for the New York Dragons (2008), for the CFL's British Columbia Lions (2007-08), and with the Green Bay Blizzard of the AFL2 (2007, 2009), earning Offensive Player of the Week honors three times during the regular season. He also spent training camp and the pre-season with the NFL's Tennessee Titans in 2005.

Guidugli played collegiately at the University of Cincinnati from 2001-04. He is the Bearcats' record holder for attempts (1,556), completions (880), passing yards (11,453), touchdown passes (78), and total offense (11,661).

Guidugli guided UC to a victory in the 2004 Fort Worth Bowl, when Enos was Guidugli's position coach, earning MVP honors. In 2001, he received freshman All-America recognition, leading Cincinnati to seven wins and a berth in the Motor City Bowl.

A four-year letter winner, Guidugli was named the Claude Rost Team MVP in 2001 and 2004. Also a standout in the classroom, he was a three-time Conference USA Scholar Athlete. In 2005, Guidugli was inducted into the University's Ring of Honor.

A native of Fort Thomas, Ky., Guidugli earned his bachelor's degree in business marketing from Cincinnati (2005).

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