Mark Emil D'Onofrio (born March 17, 1969), is an American college football coach and former professional player. He is the former assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at the University of Miami, a position he had held since December 2010, when Al Golden came to Coral Gables to replace Randy Shannon. D'Onofrio played collegiately as a linebacker at Pennsylvania State University and thereafter was drafted by the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFLe).After Golden was fired in the wake of a 58-0 loss to Clemson, D'Nofrio (or Coach "No D" as he was known to his critics) finished out 2015 season and was then terminated following yet another Bowl game loss. During his tenure UM defenses were ranked near the bottom of the ACC but he and Golden claimed that they were ve

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  • Mark Emil D'Onofrio (born March 17, 1969), is an American college football coach and former professional player. He is the former assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at the University of Miami, a position he had held since December 2010, when Al Golden came to Coral Gables to replace Randy Shannon. D'Onofrio played collegiately as a linebacker at Pennsylvania State University and thereafter was drafted by the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFLe).After Golden was fired in the wake of a 58-0 loss to Clemson, D'Nofrio (or Coach "No D" as he was known to his critics) finished out 2015 season and was then terminated following yet another Bowl game loss. During his tenure UM defenses were ranked near the bottom of the ACC but he and Golden claimed that they were very proficient in hand violence and were better than all statistics indicated. Golden and he spent much time avoiding "The Noise" in a place called "The Bunker." (en)
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  • D'Onofrio with the Hurricanes.
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  • Mark Emil D'Onofrio (born March 17, 1969), is an American college football coach and former professional player. He is the former assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at the University of Miami, a position he had held since December 2010, when Al Golden came to Coral Gables to replace Randy Shannon. D'Onofrio played collegiately as a linebacker at Pennsylvania State University and thereafter was drafted by the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFLe).After Golden was fired in the wake of a 58-0 loss to Clemson, D'Nofrio (or Coach "No D" as he was known to his critics) finished out 2015 season and was then terminated following yet another Bowl game loss. During his tenure UM defenses were ranked near the bottom of the ACC but he and Golden claimed that they were ve (en)
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