Served as the defensive coordinator of the Michigan State Spartans from 2007 to 2014, helping lead the Spartans to a 13-1 season in 2012 and a Rose Bowl victory over Stanford on January 1, 2014. After his tenure with Michigan State, he became head coach of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers in 2015.
He played linebacker at the collegiate level for Youngstown State and the University of Rhode Island.
He won the Broyles Award given to the NCAA's best assistant coach in 2013.
His father Bill Narduzzi was his head coach at Youngstown State University.
He worked under head coach Mark Dantonio at Cincinnati, then followed him to Michigan State.