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"I don’t look at myself as an innovator. I look at myself as a coach who is striving desperately to win…every head coach has to be a dictator…my only concern is doing it my way and winning.”
(Purdue)...Henry Louis Stram. . .Overall record: 136-100-10. . .Assistant coach at University of Miami when hired as first head coach of Dallas Texans, (Texans moved to Kansas City, renamed Chiefs, 1963) of new American Football League, 1960. . .Won 1962, 1966, 1969 AFL championships. . .Led Chiefs to two Super Bowl appearances. . .Devised "two tight end offense" and "stack defense". . .Named AFL Coach of the Year in 1968…Born January 3, 1923 at Chicago, Illinois. . .Died July 4, 2005, at age of 82.
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Posted on 20 Nov
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hardware at the @dallascowboys game tonight! https://t.co/b2EKM2XpmE