US football coach coach for University of Chicago 1892-1932 coach for Pacific 1933-1946 introduced footb..
US football player and coach. 1945 – Born on the 20th of April in Miami Beach, Florida. 1996 – Won Heisman Trophy as quarterback for University of Florida 1967-1975 – Quarterback for San Francisco 49ers. 1976 – He is the quarterback for Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 1978 – Quarterbacks coach for ..
US football player and coach 1951-1952 – Played for Cleveland Browns. 1953-1956 – Baltimore Colts. 1957 – Washington Redskins. 1963-1969 – Head coach of Baltimore Colts. 1970-1996 – Head coach of Miami Dolphins. 1972 – Coached Miami Dolphins to only undefeated NFL season in history. 1993 – With ..
1965 – Born on the 3rd of June in Baltimore, Maryland. 1987 – He enrolled at the University of Alabama, where he started at quarterback for three seasons and graduated with a degree in labor relations. 1984-1986 – Mike Shula’s football career started with the Crimson Tide, where he was the starting quarterback. 1987 – ..
1952 – Born on August 24th in Oak Park, Illinois. American football coach. 1984-1987 – Was receivers coach of Denver Broncos. – Served as Offensive Coordinator under coach Dan Reeves in Denver. 1988-1989 – Head coach of Los Angeles Raiders. – Assistant coach of Denver Broncos. 1992 – Was offensive coordinator ..
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1934 – Born on February 17th in Frederick, Oklahoma. American football coach and coordinator. 1978 – James "Buddy" Ryan began his career as Bears defensive coordinator after being brought on by head coach Neill Armstrong for the season. 1985 – Fiery coach best known for masterminding the revolutionary "46" defense for the Super Bowl Champion ..
1924 – Darrell K. Royal, born on the 6th of July in Hollis, Oklahoma, USA. He is a College Football Hall of Fame member, and is the most successful football coach, in terms of wins, in University of Texas Longhorn history. 1847 – He is most noted for his prowess as a defensive back, where ..
US (Norwegian-born) football player and coach 1893 – He settled with his parents in Chicago. 1914-1918 – Assistant football coach for University of Notre Dame. 1918-1931 – Head football coach for University of Notre Dame 1918-1931. 1928 – Delivered "Win one for the Gipper" speech at halftime during game against Army ..
1960 – Anthony J. Mahavorick, also known as Tony Robbins, pen name Anthony Robbins, born on the 29th of February in Glendora, California, USA) is an American life coach, writer, and professional speaker. 1989 – Inspired by the motivational speaker Jim Rohn, Robbins began selling his own seminars. Tony then went on to study neurolinguistic ..