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Bob Zuppke

the life and football legacy of the Illinois coach

by Maynard J. Brichford

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Published by McFarland & Co. in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zuppke, Robert C. -- 1879-1957,
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign -- Football -- History,
  • Football coaches -- United States -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMaynard Brichford.
    GenreBiography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV939.Z8 B75 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23207715M
    ISBN 109780786443017
    LC Control Number2009014694

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34 rows  Robert Carl Zuppke (July 2, – Decem ) was an American football coach. He served as the head coach at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign from untilcompiling a career college football record of –81– Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame inZuppke coached his teams to national titles in,and Born: July 2,Berlin, Germany.

We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. About the Book Bob Zuppke was head football coach at the University of Illinois from toa period that saw two world wars, a major economic depression, and significant changes in higher education and the role of sports, as major intercollegiate competitions became primary public relations events for the most competitive universities.

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22,Champaign, Ill., U.S.), American college football coach, credited with introducing (in the early s) the offensive huddle, enabling the team with the ball to plan each play immediately before executing it.

He inspired his former player, George Halas, to help form the National Football League. Get this from a library. Bob Zuppke: the life Bob Zuppke book football legacy of the Illinois coach. [Maynard J Brichford] -- "This Bob Zuppke book of Zuppke is a study of his passion for football, his advocacy for its educational value and his ability to promote and market the game to the academic community and the general.

Bob Zuppke was head football coach at the University of Illinois from toa period that saw two world wars, a major economic depression, and significant changes in higher education and the role of sports, as major intercollegiate competitions became primary public relations events for the most competitive universities.

Often credited with several significant football innovations. Some of the tidbits of football wisdom in this [End Page ] chapter might have been best utilized as part of the discussion of certain games or events during Zuppke’s career but not grouped together as a stand-alone chapter that is dropped right in the midst of the book’s first half.

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Bob Zuppke was head football coach at the University of Illinois from toa period that saw two world wars, a major economic depression, and significant changes in higher education and the role of sports, as major intercollegiate competitions became primary public relations events for the most competitive universities.

According to author Maynard Brichford’s book “Bob Zuppke: The Life and Football Legacy of the Illinois Coach,” the former Illini mentor nearly every morning from on wrote to former. Foreword by Grantland Rice. Biography of University of Illinois football coach Bob Zuppke, authored by the equally legendary Red Grange who played for Zuppke in the early s.

A tight, generally fine example,in a Bob Zuppke book but not price-cliped jacket. several large segmens missing but held togerther by mylar. Many know Robert Zuppke () as Illinois’ longest-serving football coach, whose teams won or tied for four national championships and seven conference championships between and But he also was an in-demand motivational speaker, a syndicated sports writer, co-author of a popular sports comic strip, and an accomplished and prolific artist.

Now, the University [ ]. The exhibit The Art of Coach Bob Zuppke at the Alice Campbell Alumni Center in Urbana allows visitors to see for themselves what kind of artist Bob Zuppke was. On display are 25 of the coach’s oil paintings, pastels and watercolors, as well as illustrations he executed for a college yearbook and a furniture company, and keepsakes he collected during his years at the University.

In his biography of University of Illinois football coach Bob Zuppke, Maynard Brichford highlights the intersections in the stories of a coach, university, and sport. Zuppke was an institution in his own right at Illinois and within the Big Ten.

Zuppke had a distinguished record as coach of. For 40 years, Bob Books’ amusing stories and simple, consistent vocabulary have inspired children to say with pride, “I read the whole book.”® Inspiring Children. Created by a teacher, right from the start Bob Books fosters success, confidence, and a love of books in children that are learning to read.

Buy Bob Zuppke by Maynard J. Brichford from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Press Photo Branch Rickey & Bob Zuppke football coach watch team This is an original press photo.

Photo measures x inches. Photo is dated PHOTO FRONT PHOTO BACK. Historic Images Part Number: netSeller Rating: % positive. Press Photo Illinois' Red Grange enjoys time with Bob Zuppke & Harry Kipke This is an original press photo.

Red Grange, Ex Football. Red Grange of University of Illinois grid fame, cups his ear for small talk from his old coach, year-old Bob Zuppke and Harry Kipke, former Michigan player and coach, at a meeting rehashing the legendary Michigan-Illinois football game which dedicated Seller Rating: % positive.

Many know of Robert Zuppke () as Illinois’ longest serving football coach, whose teams won or tied for four national championships and seven conference championships between Have no fear, Bob Hughes at GCD is re-indexing the book.

(that's where the additional info comes from, I have said this many times in these forums, but no one ever seems to remember or listen to me). Likely this book was originally indexed from one of those whose who type guides, which obviously can't be trusted to convey accurate information.

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One of the epigrams of my old coach, “Bob” Zuppke, who is a good Rotarian, was: “A good loser is no good.” I, too, prefer a die-hard.

In Red Grange published the book “Zuppke of Illinois” which included the quotation from Zuppke together with an explanation: 9. Quote Investigator: In a newspaper in Santa Ana, California discussed prominent sports figure Robert Zuppke who won multiple national championships while he was the football coach at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

The newspaper reprinted quotations from Zuppke that originally appeared in a magazine article. Robert C. "Bob" Zuppke BORN: JULY 2,BERLIN, GERMANY DIED: DECEMCHAMPAIGN, IL One of the most innovative minds in the world of college football, Bob Zuppke received his start in coaching at Muskegon High School in the fall of After a brief stint as an artist in New York City, Zuppke accepted a position at Muskegon as.

Rippberger, Robert "Bob" Age 89 of Mpls., MN passed away on J Preceded in death by parents Wesley and Myrtiss; sisters Juanita Zuppke and. The Art of Coach Bob Zuppke As of J The Urbana-Champaign Public Engagement Portal (PEPortal) is no longer moderating nor accepting new entries.

However, non-archived PEPortal data remains accessible to University faculty/staff and the public. The search functions on the site are still active. Robert Zuppke, University of Illinois football coach fromstands along side three paintings of landscapes that he painted as well as a plaque commemorating his receipt of the Amos Alonzo Stagg Award.

Found in RS: 26/4/1, Folder Zuppke, Robert. Bob Zuppke was the winningest football coach in Illinois history. He achieved a status comparable to Amos Alonzo Stagg as one of the greats of the early twentieth century. Robert Willi Franz Zuppke was born on month dayat birth place, to Robert Franz Ludwig Zuppke and Rosina Emma Zuppke (born Frenzel).

Robert was born on October 23in Wocknin, Rummelsburg. Rosina was born on January 15in Görchen, Krei Rawitsch (Miejska Górka). Rare. Seventh comic book ever produced. Victor E. Pazmiño Cover. Contains comic strip reprints, activity pages, and a text story.

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