Charlie Bachman

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Charles William Bachman Jr. (December 1, 1892 – December 14, 1985) was an American college football player and head coach.wikipedia
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1928 Florida Gators football team

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Bachman accepted the head coaching position at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida in 1928, where he posted an 8–1 record his first season, the best in the Florida Gators' history up to that time.
The season was future Hall-of-Famer Charlie Bachman's first of five as the team's head coach.

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He received his high school education at Englewood High School in Chicago, where he was standout athlete in football and track and field.

1929 Florida Gators football team

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While at Florida, Bachman coached the Gators' first first-team All-American, Hall of Fame end Dale Van Sickel, in 1928 and 1929.
The season was Charlie Bachman's second as the head coach of the Florida Gators football team.

Knute Rockne

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Bachman attended the University of Notre Dame from 1914 to 1916, and played for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team alongside Knute Rockne.

Dale Van Sickel

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While at Florida, Bachman coached the Gators' first first-team All-American, Hall of Fame end Dale Van Sickel, in 1928 and 1929.
Led by future Hall of Fame coach Charlie Bachman in 1928, Van Sickel and the Gators posted an 8–1 record during his junior season, outscoring their competition 366–44 —the most points scored in the nation.

Goof Bowyer

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He played for coach Tom Sebring and Charlie Bachman's Florida Gators football teams from 1925 to 1928.

Florida Gators football

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Bachman accepted the head coaching position at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida in 1928, where he posted an 8–1 record his first season, the best in the Florida Gators' history up to that time.

Joe Holsinger

He was then a backfield coach under Charlie Bachman for the Florida Gators, coaching the "Phantom Four" of 1928, and for the Michigan State Spartans.

List of College Football Hall of Fame inductees (coaches)

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Michigan State Spartans football

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Charlie Bachman, another Notre Dame alumnus, succeeded Jim Crowley as head football coach at Michigan State, coming to East Lansing after a successful stint at Florida.

Kansas State Wildcats football

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Clevenger was followed as football coach in 1920 by Charlie Bachman, who stayed until 1927 and earned his way into the College Football Hall of Fame with his coaching prowess.

Nash Higgins

He was an assistant football coach, holding the title of chief football scout, and head track coach under Charlie Bachman for the Florida Gators.

Dennis K. Stanley

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Stanley played for the memorable Florida Gators football teams of 1926, 1927 and 1928 under two of the Gators' early football legends, coaches Harold Sebring and Charlie Bachman, and was a senior on Bachman's 8–1 team of 1928.

Alvin Pierson

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Pierson was an assistant for coaches Tom Sebring and Charlie Bachman for the Florida Gators of the University of Florida, part of the staff on its 1928 team.

List of University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame members

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Bachman was inducted into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame as an "honorary letter winner" in 1971, and later, the College Football Hall of Fame in 1978.

Great Lakes Navy Bluejackets football

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Charlie Bachman, who was later inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach, also played for the 1918 Great Lakes team.

American football

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He received his high school education at Englewood High School in Chicago, where he was standout athlete in football and track and field. Charles William Bachman Jr. (December 1, 1892 – December 14, 1985) was an American college football player and head coach.

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Charles William Bachman Jr. (December 1, 1892 – December 14, 1985) was an American college football player and head coach.

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Bachman was an Illinois native and an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame, where he played college football.

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Bachman was an Illinois native and an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame, where he played college football.

University of Notre Dame

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Bachman attended the University of Notre Dame from 1914 to 1916, and played for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team alongside Knute Rockne. Bachman was an Illinois native and an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame, where he played college football.

College football

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Bachman was an Illinois native and an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame, where he played college football.