Mario Cristobal Family and Parents – Mario Manuel Cristobal is an American football coach and former player know all about him in this Article.
Mario Cristobal Wiki
|Birthdate||24 September 1970|
|Age (as of 2021)||51 years|
|Place of Birth||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Spouse/Partner||Jessica Cristobal (m. 2006)|
|Parents||Name not KNown|
|Education||Christopher Columbus High School|
|Profession||American football coach|
Mario Manuel Cristobal is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at the University of Miami. Cristobal was also the head football coach at Florida International University (FIU) from 2007 to 2012 and the University of Oregon from 2017 to 2021. He was an all-conference offensive tackle on the Miami Hurricanes football team that won national championships in 1989 and 1991.
Mario Cristobal Family, Parents
Mario Manuel Cristobal was Born on September 24, 1970 in Miami, Florida.Cristobal played high school football at Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, Florida.
A four-year letterman with the University of Miami Hurricanes football team between 1988 and 1992, Cristobal played for Hall of Fame coach Jimmy Johnson and Dennis Erickson. Cristobal was interviewed about his time at the University of Miami for the documentary The U, which premiered December 12, 2009, on ESPN.
Mario Cristobal Wife, Children
Mario Cristobal happily Married with his wife Jessica in June 2006.The couple have two sons together named Mario Mateo and Rocco.
Mario Cristobal Net Worth
Mario Manuel Cristobal is an American football coach and former player has an estimated Net Worth around $10 Million in 2022.
Mario Cristobal Contract and Salary
Cristobal became head coach of the Ducks in 2017, taking over Willie Taggart. At the time, he agreed to a five-year contract through January 2023 worth $2.5 million annually. Last December he signed a new six-year, $27.3 million deal that runs through 2026.
Mario Manuel Professional Career
Following his college playing career, Cristobal signed a free agent contract with the Denver Broncos in 1994 as an undrafted free agent. He played for the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe in 1995 and 1996 before retiring to pursue a coaching career.
Cristobal’s coaching career began at Miami where he served as a graduate assistant under Butch Davis from 1998 to 2000. From 2001 to 2003, Cristobal was the tight ends and offensive line coach at Rutgers University under Greg Schiano.
He returned to Miami to serve as tight ends coach and offensive line coach under Larry Coker for three seasons from 2004 to 2006.On December 19, 2006, Cristobal was named the second head coach in FIU’s history. At 36 years old, he became the first Cuban-American head coach in Division I-A.
Cristobal inherited a team with a winless record the previous season. He implemented a spread offense,and stated that he expected FIU to achieve success “faster than what we did at Rutgers”, a process which “took five years”.FIU struggled for most of his first season as head coach, losing their first eleven games. However, on December 1, the Golden Panthers finally broke a Football Bowl Subdivision-leading 23-game losing skid with a 38–19 victory over North Texas.
After his dismissal as head coach at FIU, Cristobal was hired by Miami to serve as associate head coach and tight ends coach on January 10, 2013.Six weeks later, he was hired by Nick Saban to become Alabama’s assistant head coach, offensive line coach, and recruiting coordinator.
Cristobal was an elite recruiter at Alabama, finishing No. 1 in the national 247Sports composite rankings in each of his four seasons.He was named the National Recruiter of the Year by 247Sports in the 2015 cycle and in 2016 he was ranked as the nation’s No. 2 recruiter in the country by 247Sports.
In 2019, Cristobal was voted Pac-12 Coach of the Year by the Associated Press after going 11-2 during the regular season, winning the North division, beating Utah in the Conference Championship, and earning a trip to the Rose Bowl.That year Cristobal and offensive line coach, Alex Mirabal coached All-American, Penei Sewell who went on to win the Outland Trophy for best interior linemen in the country.
The Oregon offensive line unit was a finalist for the 2019, Joe Moore Award for best overall group in the country. Oregon would finish the post season with a Rose Bowl victory over the Wisconsin Badgers. In 2020, Cristobal again led Oregon to a Pac-12 Championship, posting a 4–2 record against a conference-only schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Oregon would finish the season with a loss in the Fiesta Bowl to Iowa State.On December 6, 2021, Cristobal was named Head Coach of the University of Miami Hurricanes football team.