Tom Izzo is considered as a famous American college basketball coach. He has been the head coach of the men’s basketball team in Michigan State Spartan since 1995. Iso entered the Nai Smith Basketball Hall of Fame on April 4, 2016. Michigan State University is a successful university basketball program under Izzo, nicknamed “Mr. Nic.” Something “march” thanks to his recent success at the NCAA tournament.
Izzo Will Hold the NCAA National Championships 2009, 2000 NCAA Division I National Championships, 7 Final Forces, 8 Big Ten Championships and 5 Big Ten Tournament Championships in 23 Years in Michigan Lead The Team of the School’s Most Winning Coach, Izzo, was invited to 21 NCAA tournaments in a row and scored in addition to the Big Ten’s longest home win. These successes have made ESPN analyst Andy Katz the top program of the Michigan State University basketball program for a decade, from 1998 to 2007.
Currently, Izzo is the longest coach of the Big Ten Conference, which has been recognized by the team for resilience and strength. He has won four coach awards and maintained a respectable coach tree. He is currently the head coach of another Division 1 school.
Izzo has won eight regular-season conference titles and reached third place in conference history. He has also won the title (five) of the Big Ten tournaments in the history of the conference. Izzo has won the second largest number in the Big Ten (272-2018) and only chased Bob Knight.
Wife: Lupe Marinez Izzo
Net Worth: $13 million