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Pat Dye

College Football Hall of Fame Coach Pat Dye is best known as Head football coach at Auburn University from 1981 until 1992. He built the Auburn football program into a Southeastern Conference powerhouse. As Head coach at Wyoming in 1980, he lead the Cowboys to their first winning record in eight years and the second in 12 years. From 1974 to 1979, he was Head coach at East Carolina University, posting a 48-18-1 record. He built the Pirates into a team that could play with the ACC powers. At the beginning of his career, from 1965 to 1973, he was an Assistant coach at Alabama. He coached four All-America linebackers and helped Alabama to two national championships, three unbeaten seasons, five SEC titles and nine straight bowl games.

Coach Dye is now coaching Japanese Maples on his home field, Quail Hollow Gardens in Notasulga, Alabama.

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