Bill Glassford
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Bill Glassford


James William "Bill" Glassford March 8, 1914 – September 19, 2016 was an American football player and coach He attended the University of Pittsburgh where he played football earning first-team All-American status at guard Born in Lancaster, Ohio, he was a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and graduated in 1936 He played for the Cincinnati Bengals of the second American Football League in 1937 During World War II, Glassford served in the United States Navy

From 1946 to 1948, Glassford coached at the University of New Hampshire, where he compiled a 19–5–1 record This includes an 8–1 record in 1947 From 1949 to 1955, he coached at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, where he compiled a 31–35–3 record In 1949 his team went 4–5, 6–2–1 in 1950, 2–8 in 1951, 5–4–1 in 1952, 3–6–1 in 1953, 6–5 in 1954, and 5–5 in 1955 His three winning seasons were the only winning seasons the school had between 1941 and 1961 He also coached three All-Americans in Tom Novak 1949, Bobby Reynolds 1950, and Jerry Minnick 1952 He led the school to its first ever Orange Bowl in 1955, where they lost to Duke, 34–7 He retired after the 1955 season and went into private business in Arizona He was inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame in 2002 and turned 100 in 2014 Glassford died in Scottsdale, Arizona at the age of 102, and was at that time the oldest still-living former pro player, and one of only seven total to have lived a century

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
New Hampshire Wildcats New England Conference 1946
1946 New Hampshire 6–1–1 3–0–1 1st
New Hampshire Wildcats Yankee Conference 1947–1948
1947 New Hampshire 8–1 4–0 1st
1948 New Hampshire 5–3 3–1 1st
New Hampshire: 19–5–1 10–1–1
Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Seven Conference 1949–1955
1949 Nebraska 4–5 3–3 T–3rd
1950 Nebraska 6–2–1 4–2 2nd 20 17
1951 Nebraska 2–8 2–4 T–4th
1952 Nebraska 5–4–1 3–2–1 3rd
1953 Nebraska 3–6–1 2–4 T–4th
1954 Nebraska 6–5 4–2 2nd L Orange
1955 Nebraska 5-5 5–1 2nd
Nebraska: 31–35–3 23–18–1
Total: 50–40–4
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title or championship game berth
^ http://wwwhuskerscom/ViewArticledbmlDB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211181847
  • ^ DeLassus, David "J William "Bill" Glassford Records by Year" College Football Data Warehouse Retrieved November 30, 2010 
  • ^ http://bleacherreportcom/articles/1991075-pitts-oldest-known-living-football-letterman-turns-100
  • ^ http://wwwomahacom/huskers/mckewon-now-former-husker-football-coach-bill-glassford-still-keeps/article_152041f3-59b3-5474-8972-703175131f07html
  • ^ "James William 'Bill' Glassford" oldestlivingprofootballcom Retrieved May 28, 2016 
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