MENTOR, Ohio — Steve Trivisonno will be returning to the football sidelines this fall.
The former Mentor Head Coach will take over as offensive coordinator at Hilliard Bradley High School outside of Columbus.
Trivisonno retired from Mentor after 23 seasons. He compiled 209 wins and led the Cardinals to the playoffs 16 times. Trivisonno finished as a state runner-up four times in his career at Mentor.
Nick Camino caught up with Coach Trivisonno to talk about the move to Columbus.
Head Coach Mike Loparo led the Hilliard Bradley Jaguars to a 4-6 record last season.
Trivisonno told 3News part of the reason for moving is to be closer to their daughters Kari and Tori.
And he hasn’t ruled out possibly becoming an athletic director or assistant athletic director so he could help coaches.
You can watch the entire interview in the video player above or the YouTube player below: