This is a cut-and-past from the article: "Albert comes to Delaware with nine years of college coaching experience, most recently at Atlantic 10 rival University of Richmond where he was defensive line and special teams coach in 2004 under first-year head coach Dave Clawson. He began his coaching career in 1996 at Massachusetts, coached his first stint at Richmond in 1997-00, moved to Rutgers for the 2001 season, and went back to Massachusetts for two seasons in 2002-03 before returning to Richmond. He was a three-year starting defensive lineman at Massachusetts where he earned All-Yankee Conference honors in 1994 and posted career totals of 187 tackles and 14 sacks. He earned both his bachelor's degree (1995) and master’s degree (1997) from Massachusetts"
While at UMass Albert:
- Was a four year starter at DT.
- UMass Co-Captain in 1994
- First Team All-Yankee Conference
- Intercepted a pass and rumbled 17 yards to beat Holy Cross 7-3 in 1992. That win broke Holy Cross' longest home winning streak. I was there and the play was right in front of me.
Delaware's linebackers just got better!