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Yep. Was KU's first coach from 1898-1907. Is buried in Lawrence, KS. Ironically, he's the only KU coach with a losing record.
Dr. James Naismith. Ironically the only KU coach to ever post a losing record!
Yes, ONLY because they took our coach.
Ted Owns was fired
That was E.B. Beaumont who was head football coach in 1892. The Tide's record that season was 2-2 and it was the only season the Beaumont served as head coach.
3-6. The Broncos are the only team Brady owns a losing record against.
Jap Douds. Douds was head coach for only the 1933 season and had a record of 3-6-2. He was a player/coach, playing on the offensive line as well as coaching.
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Depends on the importance of the program to the school. We have a local school that terminated their coach after his second losing season in a row. While another school has won only 4 games a year for the past 7 years under their coach.
The Steelers, then known as the Pirates, were an expansion team in the NFL for the 1933 season. Their first head coach was Forrest Douds, who lead the team to a 3-6-2 record in his only season as head coach.
Bobby Ross. Ross was the head coach of the Chargers between 1992-1996. His five season record was 47-33 and he was the head coach of the Chargers in their only Super Bowl appearance (XXIX).
As of 2/2012, Kansas State is ahead 7 to 5. This makes KSU the only school that has played Texas at least 10 times and has a winning record. (Note, since 2007, KSU is 4-0).
No, Kansas City is not the only city in Kansas.
Against teams that they have played at least 5 times, only Alabama (2-5) and TCU (2-3). They have played North Carolina, Kansas State, and Florida State each twice and lost both games. They have played Florida twice and are 0-1-1.
Keith Molesworth coached the Colts to a 3-9 record in 1953, the only year he was head coach. He moved up into the front office the following season.
The first determining factor for the playoffs is whether you won your division. Division winners get automatic playoff berths, regardless of their record. Overall records only come into play for tiebreakers.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, there are only two individuals to win Super Bowls as a player, asst coach, and head coach: Mike Ditka - Player: Dallas (SB VI), Asst Coach: Dallas (SB XII), Head Coach: Chicago (SB XX) Tom Flores - Player: Kansas City (SB IV), Asst Coach: Oakland (SB XI), Head Coach: Oakland (SBs XV and XVIII) Tony Dungy is the only other person to have won Super Bowls as a player (Pittsburgh - SB XIII) and head coach (Indianapolis - SB XLI). He did not win a Super Bowl as an asst coach.
The overall record is 12-2 in favor of KU. The only time they met in the NCAA tournament Wichita State beat KU 66-65 so Kansas is 0-1 in the NCAA Tournament against Wichita State.
That could only be Charles "Bud" Wilkinson with a 145 - 29 - 4 record with the Sooners.
This is a good question to place on a football questionnaire: Who was the only Heisman Award winner whose team had a losing record?
Bear Bryant coached 38 years Joe Paterno beat his record in 37 Years. However Joe coached at the same school his entire career. Bear Bryant took over 5 loosing programs and did not coach at the same school his entire career making his accomplishment of 315 harder to imagine. Joe Paterno never beat Bear in 4 attempts as a head coach. No coach is given the checkbook or the power to do as he pleases until he has proven his self as a coach Bear did it 5 times Joe only had to do it once. Not trying to take anything away from Joe but imagine Joe's record if he had to start at 5 different schools with loosing programs or imagine the Bear coaching his entire career at Alabama. Joe beat his record in 2003 to be the best coach you have to beat the best coach and he never did.
In 2003, the Dodgers' reliever Eric Gagne won the NL Cy Young Award on the basis of his 55 saves and 1.20 ERA. However, his season won-lost record was only 2-3.
Through the 2012 season, the San Diego Chargers have an all-time regular season record of 52-52-1 versus the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chargers are also 1-0 against the Chiefs in their only postseason meeting.