1947 – Born on July 18th. American football coach.
1971-1972 – Campo began his career at his alma mater, Central Connecticut State.
1973-1983 – He then moved to the University of Albany, Bridgeport, the University of Pittsburgh, Washington State, Boise State, Oregon State, Weber State and Iowa State.
– Campo twice earned All-East honors at shortstop at Central Connecticut State.
1987 – He helped the Hurricanes to a two-year record of 23-1 and the National Championship.
1989 – Campo was hired by Dallas after spending two years at the University of Miami as the secondary coach.
1992-1993 – During his tenure in Dallas, he helped the team win consecutive Super Bowl championships.
1994 – His squad led the NFL in pass defense and tied for fourth in the NFL with 22 interceptions.
1995 – Became the defensive coordinator on January 24th.
2000 – Campo spent the previous 14 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, including 11 seasons as an assistant and the last three as head coach.
2001 – Campo’s first two seasons as head coach, the Cowboys defense finished third in the NFL in passing defense and the team finished fourth in total defense.
2005 – Campo was named assistant head coach/secondary for the Jaguars on February 17th.