Schnellenberger

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Howard Schnellenberger - Personal
... Schnellenberger has been married to Beverlee (née Donnelly) for over 40 years they met when Howard played for the Toronto Argonauts ... Schnellenberger is known for his gravelly baritone voice and was known for smoking a trademark pipe, but gave it up after he found out his son was diagnosed with cancer ... After his retirement, Schnellenberger was retained by Florida Atlantic University and named the first ever "Ambassador at large" his main responsibility is to help drive fundraising efforts for the ...
Miami Hurricanes Football - History - Howard Schnellenberger Era (1979–83)
... Bowl (January) At the outset of his tenure, Howard Schnellenberger announced to his staff and players his intention to win a national championship ... To help with the offense, Schnellenberger hired former Baltimore Colts quarterback Earl Morrall as a volunteer quarterbacks coach ... Schnellenberger also sought to exploit the freedom provided by Miami's independent schedule to gain "intersectional exposure" and make the program "national." On the field, Miami went 5–6 ...
Florida Atlantic Owls Football - Records - Year-by-year
... Conference USA Year Record Conference Finish Coach Bowl Poll 2001 4-6 -- -- Howard Schnellenberger -- -- 2002 2-9 -- -- Howard Schnellenberger ...
Howard Schnellenberger - Oklahoma
... Schnellenberger was hired to replace him on December 16, 1994 ... Repeating his bluster upon taking the Louisville job, Schnellenberger declared, "They'll write books and make movies about my time here." He also traveled across ... penalized nine times per game, which is very unusual since Schnellenberger has traditionally coached very disciplined teams ...
Howard Schnellenberger - Florida Atlantic
... After a few years out of the limelight, Schnellenberger resurfaced in 1998 ... the time then-FAU President, Anthony Catanese, asked him to find a coach in 1999, Schnellenberger selected himself ... Schnellenberger described his interest in FAU by noting "This one is so different ...