Top College Football Coaches Ever: No. 80 Carl Snavely, No. 76 Jim Tatum


80. An expert in the single-wing offense, Snavely had two successful stints at North Carolina but peaked in 1939, when he led Cornell to an 8-0 record. 76. Tatum's career was tragically cut short, as he died suddenly after contracting a viral infection at age 46 in 1959, just three years after returning to coach his alma mater. (Sports on Earth)

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