Head Coaches

Some articles on head coaches, head:

List Of Tennessee Titans Head Coaches
... The Tennessee Titans have had 16 head coaches in its franchise history ... The current head coach is Mike Munchak, who was promoted from offensive line coach on February 7, 2011 following the departure of Jeff Fisher on January 27 ... Munchak's predecessor, Fisher, had been the longest-serving head coach in franchise history, coaching over twice as many games and nearly three times as many seasons ...
List Of Detroit Pistons Head Coaches
... acquiring key players like Joe Dumars and Dennis Rodman and hiring head coach Chuck Daly ... There have been 33 head coaches for the Pistons franchise since joining the NBA ... The franchise's first head coach while in the NBA was Carl Bennett, who coached the team for six games, all of which are losses ...
List Of Florida State University People - Notable Alumni or Attendees - Arts, Literature, Humanities, and Entertainment - Head Coaches
... Ellis Former basketball coach for Clemson University and Auburn University Kathy Flores Current head coach for the United States women's national rugby union team Ron Fraser Former ...
List Of College Football Head Coaches With Non-consecutive Tenure
... This is a list of college football head coaches with non–consecutive tenure, meaning that an individual was a head coach at a college or university for a period, departed, and then returned to the same college ... This list includes only head coaches ... This list does not include head coaches whose break in tenure was due to a temporarily suspended football program for World War I (including the flu pandemic linked to that ...
List Of Maryland Terrapins In Professional Football - Maryland Terrapins As Professional Coaches - Head Coaches
... The following former Maryland players served as head coaches in the NFL ... following former Maryland players served as head coaches in another professional league ...

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