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Thirty-two Major College Coaches Began at the Divisional Level© More from this issue
By Tex Noel
Bobby Bowden. John Heisman. Woody Hayes. Lou Holtz. Amos Alonzo Stagg.
And Jim Tressel. They are among 32 of the winningest major college head coaches that began a career at a non-FBS college football team.
Coaches with at least 150 all-time career victories were eligible to be included
in this listing which includes a pair of coaches with over 300 all-time victories.
Bowden’s teams won a total of 377 games during his outstanding
career. Of this total, 31 were at Howard (now Samford) while Stagg also won
314 during his career on the sidelines. This included 70 games at Springfield and College of the Pacific.
Heading into the 2010 season—for mentors that are included in this analysis—only Ohio State’s Tressel began his career at a division-level school and later coached a nationa....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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