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Tim Landis Steps Down As RPI Head Football Coach

Guido Falbo
Courtesy RPI Athletics

Tim Landis has resigned from his position as head football coach at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), citing personal reasons. His resignation is effective immediately. Upon the recommendation of Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton, Rensselaer’s Vice President for Student Life Timothy E. Sams has appointed the team’s offensive coordinator, Guido Falbo, as acting head football coach.

Falbo will serve as the acting head coach through 2012, replacing Landis, who coached the Engineers for one season, leading the 2011 team to a 4-5 overall record, including 3-3 in the Liberty League.

“We appreciate Tim’s contributions to the program and to the department,” said Knowlton. “We are very fortunate to have a strong football staff, and Guido has proven he is ready to lead. He and the assistant coaches will provide continuity to our student-athletes, while also presenting tremendous opportunities for them to succeed on the field and in the classroom.”

Rensselaer will conduct a national search for a head football coach.

Falbo joined Rensselaer in April after serving as an assistant coach at the University of Massachusetts for the previous seven seasons before joining the Rensselaer staff. During his time at Massachusetts, Falbo coached the tight ends, running backs and the offensive line. He also held the role of recruiting coordinator beginning in January 2006, helping UMass to one of the top recruiting classes in the nation in each of his final four years.

A 1997 graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education & Exercise Science, Falbo was a three-year starter at strong safety (1993-95). Following the completion of his playing career he spent the spring of 1996 as a student assistant coach for Blue Devils.

Falbo and his wife, Stephanie, have three boys and reside in Clifton Park, N.Y.

The preceding was provided by Kevin Beattie, Associate Athletic Director for Communications & Compliance for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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