Former NFL Head Coach Steve Mariucci is currently an analyst for NFL Network. On NFL Sundays, Mariucci appears on the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning. Additionally, Mariucci provides on-location analysis for NFL Network’s coverage of the Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine and NFL Draft.
A well-known figure among NFL and college football coaches, Mariucci was an NFL head coach for nine years, spending six with the San Francisco 49ers and three with the Detroit Lions, compiling a career record of 72 wins and 67 losses. He led the 49ers to four playoff appearances, including a trip to the NFC Championship Game in 1997.
He began his coaching career with his alma mater, Northern Michigan, where he held the role of quarterbacks and running backs coach. Mariucci also held assistant positions with Cal State Fullerton and Louisville. He then had short stints with the Orlando Renegades, Los Angeles Rams and USC Trojans before heading to UC Berkeley, where he spent six years in various roles as wide receivers coach, special teams coach, offensive coordinator, and one year as head coach.
Mariucci is a native of Iron Mountain, Michigan, and currently resides in California.