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    Dan Devine

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    Head Coach 1975-80


    11/21/2013

    The Greatest Month

    November 1913 became a special, unforgettable ride for the Notre Dame football program.

    11/21/2013

    The Greatest Month

    November 1913 became a special, unforgettable ride for the Notre Dame football program.

    08/29/2013

    Jesse Harper: The Game Changer

    Former coach and athletics director set the path for Notre Dame's football excellence 100 years ago

    As head coach at Arizona State from 1955-1957, Devine accumulated a 27-3-1 record. From 1958-1970, he guided Missouri to a 93-37-7 mark. Among his achievements at Missouri were victories in the 1961 Orange Bowl, '63 Bluebonnet Bowl, '66 Sugar Bowl and '69 Gator Bowl. He served as head coach and general manager of the Green Bay Packers from 1971-1974 before his arrival at Notre Dame in 1975. His Irish teams won the 1976 Gator Bowl, '77 Cotton Bowl and '78 Cotton Bowl. The 1977 team captured the national championship with an 11-1 record. Devine resigned in 1980 and later became executive director of the Arizona State Sun Angel Foundation in Phoenix. In 1992, Devine returned to Missouri as athletic director and retired at the end of the 1993-94 academic year. He was elected into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1985.

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