Randy Hart

Randy Hart
Sport(s) Football
Biographical details
Born (1948-03-09) March 9, 1948
Cleveland, Ohio
Alma mater Ohio State University
Playing career
Position(s) Offensive guard
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1970–1971 Ohio State (GA)
1972 Tampa (OL)
1973–1976 Iowa State (DL)
1977–1981 Purdue (DL)
1982–1987 Ohio State (DL)
1988–1994 Washington (DL)
1995–1998 Washington (AHC/DC/DL)
1999–2008 Washington (DL)
2009 Notre Dame (DL)
2010–2015 Stanford (DL)

Randy Hart (born March 9, 1948) is a former American football player and coach, earning national championships as both a player and coach.

He served as a college assistant coach for over forty seasons including over twenty at the University of Washington. Hart primarily served as a defensive line coach during his career.

High school

Hart was a three-time letterman in football, wrestling and track at South High School in Willoughby, Ohio.[1]


Hart earned three letters as an offensive guard on the Ohio State Buckeye football team under coach Woody Hayes. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in education in 1970, then earned a master's degree in higher education administration in 1972.[1]

Coaching career

Hart coached under four College Football Hall of Fame members: Woody Hayes, Earle Bruce, Jim Young, and Don James. Hart's participation in 10 Rose Bowls are the second most in the game's history.[2] Hart retired from coaching after the conclusion of the 2015 season.[3]


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