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Glenn Edward "Bo" Schembechler, Jr. (April 1, 1929 – November 17, 2006) was an American football player, coach, and athletics administrator. He served as the head football coach at Miami University from 1963 to 1968 and at the University of Michigan from 1969 to 1989, compiling a career record of 234–65–8. Only Joe Paterno and Tom Osborne have recorded 200 victories in fewer games as a coach in major college football. In his 21 seasons as the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines, Schembechler's teams amassed a record of 194–48–5 and won or shared 13 Big Ten Conference titles. Though his Michigan teams never won a national championship, in all but one season they finished ranked, and 16 times they placed in the final top ten of both major polls.Schembechler played college football as a tackle at Miami University, where in 1949 and 1950 he was coached by Woody Hayes, for whom he served as an assistant coach at Ohio State University in 1952 and from 1958 to 1962. In his first ten years at Michigan, Schembechler's teams squared off in a fierce rivalry against Hayes's Buckeyes squads. During that stretch in the Michigan–Ohio State football rivalry, dubbed the "Ten-Year War," Hayes and Schembechler's teams won or shared the Big Ten Conference crown every season and usually each placed in the national rankings.In 1988, Schembechler assumed the role of athletic director at Michigan, succeeding Don Canham, the man who hired him as football coach in 1969. Schembechler retired as head football coach after the 1989 season. His longtime assistants, Gary Moeller and Lloyd Carr, helmed the team for the next 18 years. Schembechler left the University of Michigan in 1990 to take a job as president of Major League Baseball's Detroit Tigers, which he held until 1992. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 1993. During his later years, Schembechler remained in Southeast Michigan and hosted a sports radio show. He died in 2006 at the age of 77 on the eve of that year's Michigan–Ohio State football game, a historic No. 1 versus No. 2 showdown.A consummate "coach's coach", Schembechler combined superb technical command of the game with a fiery disposition. Schembechler's Michigan teams were known for their fundamentally sound, physical, and fierce style of play. Under his watch, the Wolverines traditionally featured strong defense, dominating offensive lines, and a power-running attack. In the words of one commentator, Schembechler coached a "remorseless and punishing" brand of football. If he perceived a weakness in the opponent, his teams hammered at it time and time again. Though somewhat combative during games—he was prone to sideline outbursts—he was generally regarded by his peers as having great personal integrity.
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Date Of BirthApril 1, 1929
Died2006-11-17
Place Of BirthBarberton, Ohio, USA
Star SignAries
#Fact
1Died the day before one of the biggest games in the history of Ohio State vs. Michigan, a rivalry which he along with Woody Hayes helped make famous. Both teams were undefeated (11-0) and ranked first and second in the nation. On the day before he died, he gave the Wolverines a motivational speech. However, it didn't help as Ohio State won the game 42-39.
2Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1993.
3Served as assistant coach at Presbyterian College (1954); Bowling Green (1955); Northwestern (1956-1957) and Ohio State (1951-1952, 1958-1962).
4Played collegiate football at Miami of Ohio. Graduated in 1951.
5Served as president of the Detroit Tigers from 1990 to 1992.
6Served as athletic director of the University of Michigan from 1988 to 1990.
7Served as head football coach at Miami of Ohio (1963-1968) and the University of Michigan (1969-1989). Compiled an overall 234-65-8 record including a 194-48-5 docket at Michigan, giving him more victories than any other football coach in Wolverine history.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Woody Hayes' Ohio State Buckeyes2008Video documentaryHimself
Michigan vs. Ohio State: The Rivalry2007TV Movie documentaryHimself - Assistant Coach, Ohio State (58-62) / Head Coach, Michigan (69-89)
ESPN SportsCentury2000-2001TV Series documentaryHimself
The Program1993Himself
1990 Rose Bowl1990TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1987 Rose Bowl1987TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1986 Fiesta Bowl1986TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1984 Holiday Bowl1984TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1984 Sugar Bowl1984TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1983 Rose Bowl1983TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1981 Rose Bowl1981TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1979 Gator Bowl1979TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1979 Rose Bowl1979TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1978 Rose Bowl1978TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1977 Rose Bowl1977TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1976 Orange Bowl1976TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1972 Rose Bowl1972TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach
1970 Rose Bowl1970TV MovieHimself - Michigan Wolverines Head Coach

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