That was Bowden Wyatt who was the head football coach for Tennessee between 1955-1962 and had a record of 49-29-4 for those eight seasons. The 1960 team went 6-2-2.
John Michelosen was the head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh from 1955-1965.
Gene Corum. Corum was the head football coach at WVU between 1960-1965. His six season record was 29-30-2.
John "Doc" Dorman - Upper Iowa University 1910-1960
Bruce Allan Pearl born March 18th in 1960 is known as a basketball coach. He has been a head coach in Milwaukee, Tennessee, Southern Indiana and served as an assistant coach at the university of Iowa.
Wallace Butts. Butts was head coach of the Bulldogs between 1939-1960 and compiled a record, including bowl games, of 140-86-9.
The Patriots first season was 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League. Their head coach in 1960 was Lou Saban.
After the 1960 season.
The Tennessee Titans began play in 1960 as the Houston Oilers, a charter member of the American Football League. The team's first season in Tennessee was 1997.
They entered professional football in 1960 as the Houston Oilers of the American Football League and joined the NFL in 1970 with the merger of the AFL and NFL. The moved to Tennessee in 1997 and were renamed the Titans in 1999.
The Tennessee Titans football team (has) won 2 championships in the year's: 1960, 1961
The Titans began as the Houston Oilers in the American Football League in 1960. The Oilers and all teams in the American Football League merged with the teams in the National Football League in 1970. The Oilers then moved to Tennessee in 1997 and were called the Tennessee Oilers. In 1999, the name was changed from Oilers to Titans.
Mike Nixon. Nixon was head coach of the Redskins for two seasons, 1959 and 1960, and compiled a record of 4-18-2.