|Title||Quarterbacks coach, special teams coordinator|
|Born||July 13, 1964|
Yardley, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1988–1990||Morrisville HS (PA)|
|2010||San Jose State (OC/TE)|
|Head coaching record|
Timothy Joseph Landis(born July 13, 1964) is an American football coach who is currently quarterbacks coach and special teams coordinator at Lycoming College. Previously, Landis was the head coach for the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute football team. He was also formerly the offensive coordinator for the San Jose State Spartans football team and the head football coach for Bucknell University. He compiled a 23–33 record at Bucknell since 2003 and a 76–85–1 record overall. Prior to arriving at Bucknell, Landis served as head football coach at Davidson and St. Mary's.
Landis is an alumnus of the Hun School of Princetonand Randolph-Macon College and a former quarterback on the Randolph-Macon football team. Prior to receiving the head coach positions, Landis served as an assistant at Davidson, as well as a high school coach.
|Davidson Wildcats (NCAA Division I-AA independent)(1993–1999)|
|Saint Mary's Gaels (NCAA Division I-AA independent)(2000–2002)|
|Bucknell Bison (Patriot League)(2003–2009)|
|RPI Engineers (Liberty League)(2011)|
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