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  2. Sid Gillman - Wikipedia

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    Sid Gillman. Sidney Gillman (October 26, 1911 – January 3, 2003) was an American football player, coach and executive. Gillman's insistence on stretching the football field by throwing deep downfield passes, instead of short passes to running backs or wide receivers at the sides of the line of scrimmage, was instrumental in making football ...

  3. Sid Gilman - Wikipedia

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    Sid Gilman. Sidney Gilman is a retired physician, neurologist, and educator. He is an expert on Alzheimer's disease and spent the majority of his career at the University of Michigan, its medical school, and its Health System. [1]

  4. Sid Gillman | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site - pfhof

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    Five years later, when the AFL was founded, Gillman became the head coach and general manager of the Chargers, who played in Los Angeles in 1960 before settling in San Diego the next year. For the full decade of the AFL (1960-1969), Sid was the lifeblood of the Chargers and a major catalyst to an entire league in its life-and-death struggle.

  5. Legendary Coach Sid Gillman Dies at 91 - pfhof

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    Died January 3, 2003 at age of 91. After Bronko Nagurski flattened him in the first College All-Star game in 1934, Sid Gillman decided he might have a better future in coaching. It was a sound career decision. He began his coaching career, however, in an era that taught that running the ball was the surest way to victory.

  6. The Sid Gillman coaching tree is documented in the chart below, followed by a feature on Gillman and short biographies of his many disciples. This package also includes features on the Chuck Noll ...

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  7. Sid Gillman · Cradle of Coaches - Miami University

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    Sid Gillman is considered by many to be the “Father of the Modern Passing Game.” His principles and ideas were ahead of their time and are still widely used from the high school level to the NFL. Before Gillman became a coaching legend, like most others, he was an assistant coach.

  8. Remember When: Bud Adams hires Bum Phillips; Sid Gillman ...

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    Without Gillman in the picture, the Oilers improved to 10-4 in 1975, and from 1978-80, the team went 32-16. Here was how the Beaver County Times told the story. Eventually, Adams fired Phillips ...

  9. Greatest Coaches in NFL History - Sid Gillman - ESPN.com

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    No. 18 - Sid Gillman (1:38) Herm Edwards, Joe Horrigan, Ron Jaworski, Walt Sweeney, Bob Petrich and Pat Shea discuss why Sid Gillman is one of the greatest coaches in NFL history.

  10. Sid Gillman Record, Statistics, and Category Ranks | Pro ...

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    Get Stats, Coaching Records, Team Ranks, Coordinators, and more for Sid Gillman on Pro-football-reference.com.

  11. Sid Gillman, 91, Innovator Of Passing Strategy in Football

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    He was 91. ''Sid Gillman was the father of modern-day passing,'' said Al Davis, the prominent pro football figure who served as Gillman's first offensive coach with the Chargers of the American ...

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