Ulbrich, Gang Green's defensive coordinator since 2021, will coach the national team and face Tennessee Titans assistant head coach/defensive line coach Terrell Williams and the U.S. team in the 75th anniversary celebration of the Senior Bowl on Saturday, February 3.

Ulbrich said in a statement that he was "extremely honored to be selected as one of the head coaches."

"This game has featured some of the best players in NFL history and remains one of the greatest honors a college football player can be given. It has also consistently given overlooked players from schools big and small the opportunity to compete against the best. Compete on a field under the guidance of NFL coaches and reach every NFL team unrivaled.

"This game is also a critical part of my story. I played in the 2000 Senior Bowl and potentially went from an undrafted rookie to a third-round pick, which is actually pretty common throughout the history of this storied game. I am once again honored and excited to help and guide the newest class of NFL players during this great week. I can't wait to see everyone in Mobile [Alabama]."

Under Ulbrich, Giants quarterbacks coach Shea Tierney will play the role of offensive coordinator for the national team. On the opposite side, Big Blue's assistant special teams coach Mike Adams will be the special teams coordinator for the American team.

East-West Temple Bowl

On a separate note, Giants offensive coordinator Mike Kafka will be the head coach of the West team in this year's East-West Shrine Bowl on Thursday, February 1.

Kafka, Big Blue's OC for the past two seasons, was named MVP of the 2010 Shrine Game as Northwestern's quarterback. After playing six seasons in the NFL, Kafka moved on to coaching and worked his way up the ladder to become one of the youngest offensive coordinators currently in the league.

In fact, the 36-year-old recently requested an interview with the Seattle Seahawks to fill their vacant head coaching position.