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Coaches of the Year© March 2000
Coach of the Year:
L.C. COLE, TENNESSEE STATE
Before leaving the city of Nashville to take on the role of Alabama State University's new head coach, L.C. Cole left his mark at Tennessee State, leading the Tigers into the elite ranks of Division I-AA.
Cole leaves in his wake at TSU a regular-season winning streak of 19 games - the longest active streak in Division I-AA. The 1999 season, in which the Tigers were 11-1 and finished the regular season ranked No. 1, included a second-straight playoff berth for the school, which had previously been in the midst of a 12-year playoff draught, and the 11 wins tied a school record. Cole's career mark at Tennessee State was 28-18, and he was twice named Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year.
An All-Big 8 defensive end at Nebraska in the late 1970s, Cole also....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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