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Robbie Picazo
Position: Offensive Assistant
Alma Mater: Stanford '13
Experience: 3 Years

The 2015 season is Robbie Picazo’s third on the Stanford coaching staff and second as an offensive assistant. He assists with the daily operations of the offense.

Picazo spent the 2013 season as a student assistant while finishing his coterm degree program.

His bachelor's degree is in management, science and technology and he earned his master’s degree in psychology.

Picazo played quarterback at Stanford from 2009-12, making his collegiate debut in 2010 against Oregon State. He completed all three pass attempts for 15 yards against San Jose State in 2011.

Hailing from Santa Margarita, California, Picazo was the Orange County Offensive Player of the Year after throwing for 2,754 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior. He set a school single-game record by completing 22 passes against Mater Dei in the 2008 CIF playoffs and also set single-season records for completions (192), touchdown passes (33) and passing yards (2,754) as a senior.

Picazo is a former National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.

His father, Bob, wrestled at Stanford as a freshman in 1975-76.