Mike Cerullo is entering his fourth season as the director of football operations at Princeton. During his time, Princeton has won an Ivy League championship and never had a losing record. Cerullo handles several day-to-day operations throughout the season, as well as leading the year-round recruiting efforts for Princeton football.
Cerullo has had an extensive coaching career in both college and professional football. He came from the University of Connecticut, where he served as a football aide to head coach Paul Pasqualoni; Cerullo was involved in all aspects of operations, recruiting and other administrative functions.
He went to Connecticut after one year at Miami, where he was an offensive assistant and helped lead the Hurricanes to the 2011 Sun Bowl.
He also spent time at Syracuse (2003-05), Northeastern (2000-03) and Curry College (1999-00). His time at Syracuse included the 2004 Big East championship season, while he also helped Northeastern to the 2002 Atlantic 10 title.
Cerullo has also spent time in the NFL with both the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons. He was part of the staff that won a Super Bowl with the Saints.