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  2. Sid Gillman - Wikipedia

    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 into the modern ...

  3. Sid Gillman | Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Sid went on to become the foremost authority on forward passing offense. He was the first coach to produce divisional champions in both the National and American Football Leagues. Gillman’s first pro coaching job came in 1955 when he became the Los Angeles Rams head coach.

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

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  5. Sid Gilman - Wikipedia

    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]

  6. Sid Gillman NFL Coaching Record and Bio - Pro Football Archives

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

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  7. Los Angeles Chargers | History & Notable Players | Britannica

    The key to the Chargers’ early good fortunes was head coach Sid Gillman, one of the most innovative minds in the history of gridiron football, who led them from their inaugural year through most of 1969 and for part of the 1971 season; he also served as the Chargers’ general manager from 1960 to 1971.

  8. Cincinnati Bearcats football - Wikipedia

    Sid Gillman, a member of the College and National Football League hall of fame shrines, was the architect of one of the top eras of Cincinnati football history. He directed the Bearcats to three conference titles and a pair of bowl game appearances during his six seasons (1949–54) before leaving for the professional ranks.

  9. Super Bowl champion McVay joins Miami’s Cradle of Coaches

    He is following in the footsteps of, among others, former Miami coach Sid Gillman, who also coached at the University of Cincinnati before leaving for Los Angeles in the mid-1950s.

  10. Miami RedHawks football - Wikipedia

    Under head coach Sid Gillman, the Redskins compiled a record of 31–6–1. Gillman is best known for helping develop the deep downfield pass that helped make football the game it is today. Gillman's teams used that to great avail at Miami, as he led the Redskins to great success in his four seasons as head coach.

  11. Cradle of Coaches - Miami University RedHawks

    CRADLE OF COACHES. Throughout the sports world, Miami has the unique reputation as the "Cradle of Coaches." Legendary football coaches such as Woody Hayes, Bo Schembechler, Ara Parseghian, Weeb Ewbank, Paul Brown and Sid Gillman all had roots at Miami, and the impact they left on the college football landscape can still be felt today.

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