Princeton University has named long-time Cincinnati Bengals assistant offensive line coach Bob Surace the new head coach of the Princeton Tigers.
Princeton alum Surace has been with the Bengals for nine seasons. Prior to joining the Cincinnati staff, Surace was head coach at Western Connecticut State, where he compiled an 18-3 record over two seasons.
“We are sad to see Bob go, but we’re excited for him and his family that he has achieved a career goal, being named head coach at Princeton,” Cincinnati head coach Marvin Lewis said. “Bob has been a huge part of our staff and of the success we’ve had. We wish him only the very best, and I know he will do a fine job for Princeton.”
Congratulations from Stripehype, Bob, and good luck!