Joe PaternoBorn: Dec. 21, 1926
passed Bear Bryant in 2001 as all-time wins leader in college football (since passed himself by Bobby Bowden); coached Penn St. to 339-109-3 record, 20-10-1 bowl record and 2 national titles (1982,86) in 38 years; also had three unbeaten teams that didn’t finish No. 1; 4-time Coach of Year (1968,78,82,86).
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