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  2. Don Coryell - Wikipedia

    Don Coryell was the youngest of four children, all boys, born to Julia and George Coryell in Seattle, Washington. Don initially had no middle name, but adopted David at his mother's suggestion, as the biblical story of David and Goliath was his favorite as a child. Coryell graduated from Lincoln High School in 1943 while World War II was in ...

  3. Don Coryell Record, Statistics, and Category Ranks | Pro ...

    Donald David Coryell. Born: October 17 in Seattle, WA. Died: July 1 , 2010 (Aged 85-257d) in La Mesa, CA. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. Hall of Fame. 1974 AP Coach/Year. 2x PFWA Coach/Year. 1974 SN Coach/Year.

  4. Don Coryell, the man who created the modern NFL -

    Don Coryell never won a Super Bowl and is not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but his innovative approach will show up in every game this upcoming season. Next Up In NFL The art of the forced fumble

    • 'Football Genius' Don Coryell Remembered
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  5. DON CORYELL 1924--2010 - Sports Illustrated Vault |

    Legendary NFL coach Don Coryell died last Thursday in La Mesa, Calif., after a long illness. He was 85. Coryell is the only coach to have won at least 100 games in both college (at San Diego State) and the pros (with the Cardinals and Chargers). He is considered a forefather of the modern passing attack and helped shape the NFL game seen today.

  6. Don Coryell - Biography - IMDb

    Don Coryell was born on October 17, 1924 in Seattle, Washington, USA. He was previously married to Aliisa Gronroos. He died on July 1, 2010 in La Mesa, California, USA.

  7. I am grateful for all those who have expressed their faith in what Don Coryell & @GJKinne are going to do with @TXSTATEFOOTBALL - in 2023 and beyond. Each gift, no matter the size, helps @TxStateBobcats build the facilities that will allow Coach to continue to #TakeBackTexas.🐾

  8. After decades in darkness, San Diego State deserves its One ...

    Back when it was the Pac-8, and Don Coryell was blistering every football team in his way, Aztecs fans were clamoring for the school to step up in class — but going Division I in 1969 was only a ...

  9. Robert Kraft discusses 'Stand Up to Jewish Hate' blue square ...

    Various members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame introduce cornerback Ronde Barber, head coach Don Coryell, linebacker Chuck Howley, defensive tackle Joe Klecko, cornerback Darrelle Revis, cornerback Ken Riley, left tackle Joe Thomas, linebacker Zach Thomas, and outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware as the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2023 at the 2023 NFL Honors.

  10. Other than Tony Gwynn, Coryell is the most popular sports figure in San Diego sports history 37 years after he coached his last game. He took over an embarrassing San Diego State football program and turned it into a powerhouse with a 104-19-2 record in 12 seasons.

  11. Hall of Fame - SDSU Athletics

    Don Coryell; Chuck Courtney; Kevin Crow; Isaac Curtis; D. Tom Dahms; Tim Delaney; Laura DeSnoo; Jim Dietz; Mike Dodd; Mike Douglass; Rod Dowhower; Fred Dryer; John "Jake" Duich; Steve Duich; Sandra Durazo; Tonette Dyer; F. John Farris; Marshall Faulk; Vidal Fernandez; Bernie Finlay; Steve Fisher; 1966 Wire Service College Division Football ...

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