- Dan Ferrigno oversees SDSU's special teams and tight ends. Spent 22 seasons as an assistant coach in the Pac-10 Conference at California, Oregon, Oregon State and USC prior to joining San Diego State.
- Helped Aztec Brian Stahovich rank 13th in the nation in punting in 2009 with a 43.8 average and earn second-team all-Mountain West Conference honors.
- Most recently, returned to Cal for his third stint in Berkeley to coach the Golden Bear wide receivers in 2006-07.
- With his assistance, the Bears posted a 10-3 record in 2006 en route to the Holiday Bowl championship and a No. 14 final ranking in the AP poll. That was followed by a 7-6 record and an Armed Forces Bowl title in 2007.
- In 2006, California scored 280 points in Pac-10 play, the second-highest total in school history.
- Cal wide receiver DeSean Jackson ranked 20th nationally in receiving yards per game and caught a Pac-10-best nine touchdowns in 2006. He ended the season with 1,060 receiving yards and earned first-team all-conference honors.
- Prior to his work in Berkeley, Ferrigno was the wide receivers coach at Oregon from 2001-05. During that five-year period, the Ducks advanced to four bowl games aided by 23, 100-yard receiving performances.
- Coached Keenan Howry, Oregon's first, first-team all-Pac-10 wide receiver in 16 seasons, and the Ducks' all-time leading receiver, Samie Parker.
- As a tight ends coach, Ferrigno helped develop Tony Gonzalez while serving as his position coach at California. A first-team all-Pac-10 selection, Gonzalez was the 13th overall pick of the Kansas City Chiefs and became an NFL All-Pro tight end.
- Was on staff with Brady Hoke and Rocky Long at Oregon State. Spent nine seasons with the Beavers, tutoring the running backs, defensive backs, linebackers and special teams.
- Offensive coordinator at Western Michigan from 1982 to 1986, and had one-year stints at Pacific and his alma mater, San Francisco State.
- Earned All-America honors as a wide receiver at San Francisco State, where he is in the Hall of Fame.
- Has a bachelor's degree in physical education (1977) and his teaching credential (1978) from San Francisco State.
- Ferrigno and his wife, Shawna, have three daughters and three sons.