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Eddie Robinson

Coach Eddie Robinson set the record for number of wins when Grambling State University won the Cotton Bowl in 1985. He retired in 1997 with an amazing career record of 408-165-15. His career lasted an amazing 56 years. Learn about Eddie Robinson.

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  • The Real Story Behind We Are Marshall
    The Real Story Behind We Are Marshall

    The story told in "We Are Marshall" sounds a little like the invention of a screenwriter, but the airplane crash that took the lives of college football players really took place. Learn the real story behind the film "We Are Marshall." See more »

  • Amos Alonzo Stagg
    Amos Alonzo Stagg

    Amos Alonzo Stagg was a key figure in the development of football. His career spanned 57 years, he compiled a record of 314-199-35, and his innovations aided in the training of players. Learn more about his distinguished football career. See more »

  • Bear Bryant
    Bear Bryant

    Coach Paul 'Bear' Bryant was a record breaking college coach who molded young players and led them to championships. His greatest achievements came at the University of Alabama, where his teams won 13 SEC titles and six national championships. See more »

  • Eddie Robinson
    Eddie Robinson

    Coach Eddie Robinson set the record for number of wins when Grambling State University won the Cotton Bowl in 1985. He retired in 1997 with an amazing career record of 408-165-15. His career lasted an amazing 56 years. Learn about Eddie Robinson. See more »

  • Knute Rockne
    Knute Rockne

    Legendary Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne taught and motivated his players. He was known for his motivational skills and attention to detail when it came to play execution. Learn more about football coach Knute Rockne and how he inspired his team. See more »

  • Pop Warner
    Pop Warner

    Pop Warner was named the greatest football coach of all time. He was the innovator of many types of offensive formations that were used for over 30 years. His final record was 313-106-32. See more »

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