Glenn "Pop" Warner (1871-1954) was an innovative football coach with a legendary record. Educated as a lawyer, Warner's career never entered the courtroom. Instead, he led football teams at the University of Georgia, Cornell University, the University of Pittsburgh, Stanford and more, developing plays so inventive they are still named for him today. Warner ended his career with a record of 313-106-32, placing him in the company of other coaching greats. Perhaps his biggest accomplishment was the thousands of youth players who learned the game -- and put their energy to positive use -- as part of Pop Warner Little Scholars, a non-profit organization with teams across the country. The cast of former Pop Warner players may surprise you, especially these 10. See who they are, beginning on the next page.