African American Division 1-A head football coaches in the 2008 season: 1) Ty Willingham - University of Washington
2) Sylvester Croom - Mississippi State University
3) Ron Prince - Kansas State University
4) Turner Gill - Buffalo University
5) Randy Shannon - University of Miami Norries Wilson is currently the head coach at Division 1-AA Columbia and is the first African American head football coach in Ivy League history. Other African Americans who have been head coaches at the college level are MacDaniel Singleton at Boston State College, Mark Garrett at Assumption, Floyd Keith at Rhode Island, Mel Mills at Becker College. This list is incomplete. As of 2006, the NCAA reported 16 African American head football coaches at its 616 affliated institutions.
No US Presidents have ever coached collegiate football.
He coached the fictional professional football team the "Miami Sharks".
That was Will Robinson who coached Illinois State University between 1970-1975, finishing with a 78-51 total record over those five seasons.
He coached the Buckeyes football team from 1951 to 1978.
Mike Ditka played and coached American football.
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The best known football team from Hawaii is the Hawaii Warriors football team. This football team represents the University of Hawaii and is coached by Norm Chow.