Mississippi State brought back a former staff member on Monday.
The Bulldogs hired Anthony Piroli as their new head strength and conditioning coach, according to Bob Carskadon of HailState.com. Piroli was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Mississippi State for one season in 2014.
Mississippi State football has officially hired Anthony Piroli as its new head strength and conditioning coach. Was at MSU in 2014 and spent the last three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals
— Bob Carskadon (@bobcarskadon) January 8, 2018
Over the past three seasons, Piroli has served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Arizona Cardinals.
Prior to joining the Bulldogs in 2014, Piroli was the co-owner and director of sports performance at Evolution Sports Institute in Pittsburgh for three years. He worked with athletes and coaches at all levels, running strength, speed, flexibility and conditioning programs.
Piroli is the latest addition to a new staff at Mississippi State, which is led by new head coach Joe Moorhead.