Jock Sutherland

Historical Perspective: Jock Sutherland

Author: George Matthews Originally Published: January 3, 2005 Probably no football coach ever constructed a running attack with more precision, power, and sheen than Jock Sutherland. His teams were power teams; the backs ran with fury behind devastating blocking of the unbalanced single wing. His teams would begin by attacking the flanks and off tackle […]

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Early Coaching Legends

Author: Adam Wesoloski & Ted Seay Originally Published: October 11, 2004 Interesting coaching characters were found throughout the college gridiron landscape during college football’s Golden Era of the 1920s and 1930s.

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