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  2. Sid Gillman (1989) - Hall of Fame - National Football Foundation

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    Sid Gillman devoted a lifetime to football and was a winner all the way. He played end for Ohio State and was co-captain of the 1933 team, which had a 7-1 record. In his first coaching period, he was an assistant at Denison, Ohio State and Miami of Ohio. In 1944, at age 32, Sid became Miami's head coach, and his career rocketed.

  3. Under Sid Gillman, the Charger Era Came to Pass

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    The most impressive testimony to Gillman’s coaching credentials comes from some of his most famous peers. The late Paul (Bear) Bryant said this when he was a coaching legend at Alabama: “Sid ...

  4. Sid Gillman (1989) - Hall of Fame - National Football Foundation

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    Sid Gillman devoted a lifetime to football and was a winner all the way. He played end for Ohio State and was co-captain of the 1933 team, which had a 7-1 record. In his first coaching period, he was an assistant at Denison, Ohio State and Miami of Ohio. In 1944, at age 32, Sid became Miami's head coach, and his career rocketed.

  5. In our AFL dream, Sid (Gillman) came home - Star Tribune

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    Gillman was fired as coach of the L.A. Rams on Dec. 12, 1959. Gillman was Sid’s boyhood hero in north Minneapolis. He was an innovator of the passing game. Max could’ve had Sid on the phone to ...

  6. Sid Gillman: Father of the Passing Game - amazon.com

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    Gillman returned as head coach for the 1971 season but resigned after a disappointing 4-6 start. He would return as head coach of the Houston Oilers and in various functions in the USFL and NFL. Josh Katzowitz's "Sid Gillman: Father of the Passing Game" is an interesting biography of one of football's greatest offensive minds.

  7. Sidney "Sid" Gillman (1911 - 2003) - Genealogy - geni family tree

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    Sidney "Sid" Gillman (October 26, 1911 – January 3, 2003) was an American football player, coach, executive, and innovator. 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 ...

  8. Sid Gillman; Father of the Passing Game – A Book Review

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    Sid Gillman had a passion and intensity about football that I suspect is unique, even among football coaches. Gillman’s work ethic is legendary, with 16-18-hour work days a normal occurrence. He made personnel decisions with impunity, and had no problem berating a player in front of his teammates. As a general manager, Gillman was ruthless in ...

  9. Sports -- Sid Gillman transformed football with film ...

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    Sid Gillman was more than a fierce competitor when he paced the sidelines of Nippert Stadium from 1949-54. His innovations, particularly his study of film, helped revolutionize the game. UC football Hall-of-Famer Jim Kelly Sr., Ed '51, Med '65, says coach Sid Gillman, was a "filmaholic." "He was always watching film," Kelly recalls.

  10. Sid Gillman: Father of the Passing Game - amazon.com

    www.amazon.com/Sid-Gillman-Father-Passing-Game/...

    Gillman returned as head coach for the 1971 season but resigned after a disappointing 4-6 start. He would return as head coach of the Houston Oilers and in various functions in the USFL and NFL. Josh Katzowitz's "Sid Gillman: Father of the Passing Game" is an interesting biography of one of football's greatest offensive minds.

  11. Sid Gillman Coaching Record - Pro Football Archives

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    SID GILLMAN Gillman, Sidney Born: October 26, 1911 Minneapolis, MN Died: January 3, 2003 Los Angeles, CA High School: North (Minneapolis, MN) Year

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