That was Paul Dietzel who was LSU's head coach between 1955-1961.
bum phillips As far as head coaches winning an NFL championship it is Dan Reeves who coached 23 seasons and 357 regular season games without winning a Super Bowl. Reeves coached teams to 4 Super Bowls (Denver 3 and Atlanta 1) but lost each one. Next comes Chuck Knox with 22 seasons and 334 regular season games as head coach. Knox did not coach a team to the Super Bowl. Next comes Marty Schottenheimer with 21 seasons and 327 regular season games as head coach. Marty did not coach a team to the Super Bowl.
the answer your looking for is Howard Schnellenberger
Paul "Bear" Bryant for Alabama.
No coach has the championship title as there is no championship for coaches. The championship is for teams.
The second NBA championship in 76ers history was in the 1966-67 season. The head coach thst season was Alex Hannum.
If there is one coach, the phrase is "the coach's name is...." If there are multiple coaches, the phrase is "the coaches' names are..."
It depends, actually, if it's: Coach's meeting - one coach's meeting Coaches' meeting - many coaches' meeting Coaches meeting - just a meeting of coaches.
Coaches or sports coaches.
Depends what you are trying to say Coaches - several of them Coach's - belonging to the coach
If there's one coach, possessive is coach's. If there are many coaches, possessive is coaches'.
As of May 2014, the Pittsburgh Steelers has had a total of 17 head coaches. The current coach has been with the team for 16 years.
It can be, to coach or a coach.
No, he did not. He reached the national championship game with Kansas. However, he lost to Syracuse and Carmelo Anthony in 2003. After the season was over he quit the Kansas job to go to UNC.