Glenn (Pop) WarnerBorn: Apr. 5, 1871
coached at 7 colleges over 49 years; 319 career wins 2nd only to Bear Bryant's 323 in Div. I-A; produced 47 All-Americas, including Jim Thorpe and Ernie Nevers.Died: Sept. 7, 1954
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