Recruiting has been a lifeblood for his career so even during the coronavirus pandemic he is still very busy
Grew up in San Diego and his dad, Al Luginbill, was a college football coach so he learned the game at an early age and fell in love with sports immediately
Fell in love with football because his dad never pushed him into football
Didn't have any major offers out of high school so he enrolled at Palomar Junior College and led them to an 11-0 season and the 1993 National Championship
Signed with Georgia Tech before eventually transferring to Eastern Kentucky and it was his favorite experience ever playing college football even greater than winning a National Championship at Palomar
The two biggest negatives of being a coach's son are that your dad never gets to see you play and the negativity from other people and media towards your dad
As a recruiting analyst, you have to know that you can't always be right with your evaluation predictions and you have to ignore the influence of outsiders
Biggest thing that he's learned from being around sports his entire life is that people really matter
Words of Wisdom from Tom Luginbill (via John Madden):
"Tough times don't last but tough people do."
"You can't treat everybody the same but you can treat everybody fairly."