Harold “Tubby” Raymond

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The University of Michigan alumnus succeeded Dave Nelson as Delaware football coach in 1966, and finished his career in 2001 after 36 seasons as head coach.  His record of 300 wins 119 losses
and three ties. His 300 wins, as of 2015, are 12th most among college football coaches of all levels.   Tubby’s Blue Hens won three national College Division championships in the 1970s, and in
that decade he was twice division “Coach of Year”. There also were 14  Eastern Lambert Cup crowns. He served as president of the American Football Coaches Association and as chairman of its
Rules Committee. Tubby  coached Delaware baseball for nine years, taking six teams to the NCAA playoffs and compiled a record of 164-72-3.  He was inducted into the College Football Hall of
Fame in 2003.. Born Nov. 4, 1926.



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