ACC football record book: ‘where would the ACC have been had Jim Tatum lived?’


On the occasion of his 46th birthday, towered over college football. He perfected the Split-T offense and rode it to four titles in three different conferences. He owned a national championship. He was a driving force in the creation of the ACC. He lifted North Carolina, his moribund alma mater, to a consensus top-10 preseason ranking. He died the next day. (Charlotte Observer)

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