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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...
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. (1:38)
Sid Gillman. b. October 26, 1911 - d. July 3, 2003 Years at Miami: 1944-1947. Alma Mater: Ohio State (1933) Career Record: 200-129-9 (62.0%) 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.
Born October 26, 1911, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. . . 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.
Sid Gillman became one of the first football coaches to seek every data point, statistic actively, and pattern to gain an advantage on his opponent. 1963 AFL Championship: Chargers vs Patriots No example is more significant than his 1963 AFL championship against the Boston Patriots.
I like to find old books on passing the ball from its infancy years, and compare what we are doing now. I received Dutch Meyers Spread Offense book (that had been out of print for some time), as a Christmas present some years back. It is still one of my prize collectibles. This off season I started reading everything I could find on Sid Gillman.
Sid Gillman. Sidney E. Gillman Born: October 26, 1911 in Minneapolis, MN. Died: January 3, 2003 in Carlsbad, CA. College: Ohio St. College Coaching: View Records. High School: North As Coach: 19 Yrs (Full Record) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info
Pictured with them is Sid Gillman, the Chargers head coach and general manager, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 1983. (Photo by Charles Aqua Viva/NFL)
Check out Sid Gillman's College Coaching Records, Awards and Leaderboards and more about College Football at Sports-Reference.com
Sid Gillman. Birth. 26 Oct 1911. Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA. Death. 3 Jan 2003 (aged 91) Carlsbad, San Diego County, California, USA. Burial. Hillside Memorial Park.