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Tony Versaci was a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) during the 1971 season as the special assignments/special teams coach of the St. Louis Cardinals. During his lone season in the NFL the Cardinals went 4-9-1.
Versaci began his coaching career as the head coach for Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan. Starting with the program's inaugural season, he coached them for nine seasons and led the team to an impressive 84% winning percentage. In addition, he coached the team to three undefeated seasons and four one-loss seasons.
After his successful run as a high school coach, Versaci coached one season at Michigan State University as an assistant coach. However, the season was not successful as the Spartans went 4-6 and finished 6th in the Big Ten. 1970 was his only season at the college level, and the next season he moved to the NFL.
After his brief stay in college, Versaci coached one season for the Arizona Cardinals as their Special Teams coach and Special Assignments. Once again, the season was not successful as the Cardinals finished 4-9-1, for a fourth place finish in the NFC East.
|1971 St. Louis Cardinals||Special Teams Coach / Special Assignments||4-9-1||0-0|
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