|Born||North Adams, Massachusetts|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1971||Pratt CC (offense)|
|1980–1982||Missouri Southern (assistant)|
|1983–1984||Garden City CC (assistant)|
|1985–1990||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (assistant)|
|1991||Montreal Machine (OL)|
|1993||Ottawa Rough Riders (WR)|
|1994–1997||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (OL)|
|2006||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (OL)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|First team All-KCAC (1965)|
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Salavantis graduated from Drury High School in North Adams, Massachusetts, before attending Ottawa, where he played football for four years as an offensive tackle.
|Ottawa Braves (Heart of America Athletic Conference)(1978)|
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