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John Gagliardi, the winningest coach in college football history, retired today after 60 years on the job. I've attached an article about him, but do yourself a favor and run a quick google search on him - he's got a very neat approach to coaching, and obviously had a ton of success.
At 86, John Gagliardi is stepping down after 64 seasons as a college football coach, 60 of them at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn.
I used to coach with a guy who played for Gigliardi. He texted me about this retirement yesterday. I like how this coach stayed with his program for all those years. I respect that.
That's neat! Feel free to share any stories your friend has told you - I'd be very interested in hearing them. And I agree about how special it is that Gagliardi stayed there all those years. He's arguably been the heart and soul of that school for generations.
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