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Name:Carl Snavely
Hometown:Omaha, NE
Born:July 30, 1894
Died:July 12, 1975
Notes:Head Football Coach

Mack Brown will be fighting history on second round at North Carolina
Mack Brown is not the first coach to return to a job he once held. He's not even the first coach to return to a...

Charlie Justice Era Letterman Bill Flamish Dies In Allentown
Bill Flamish, a three-year Letterman from 1946-48 on the Charlie Justice Era UNC football teams, died in his home in Allentown, Pa., on Sept. 1...

Former UNC Football Player, Business School Dean, and IBM Executive Paul Rizzo Passes Away
Paul Rizzo, former IBM executive and dean at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, died Thursday at the age of 89. He was initially recruited by...

Top College Football Coaches Ever: No. 80 Carl Snavely, No. 76 Jim Tatum
80. Carl Snavely An expert in the single-wing offense, Snavely had two successful stints at North Carolina but peaked in 1939, when he led Cornell...

A Tar Heel tradition in blue & white
Thirteen days after UNC Head Football Coach Carl Snavely got his Valentine wish that Charlie Justice would “come out for the team,” a practice game...

Dismal Day for Carolina in 1950 Cotton Bowl
When UNC Head Football Coach Carl Snavely arrived at his 215 Woollen Gym office on Wednesday, November 23, 1949, a New Year’s bowl game was...

Extra Points Archive: The Athlete, The Artist
A new era of Tar Heel football was dawning in August 1946 when coach Carl Snavely welcomed some 65 football players to Chapel Hill for...



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