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Encyclopedia > F. A. Dry

F.A. Dry was the head football coach fot Tulsa University from 1972 to 1976. During his tenure there, he compiled a 31-18-1 record. He also served as the head football coach for Texas Christian University, where he compiled a 12-51-3 record. The University of Tulsa   The University of Tulsa is a private, comprehensive university awarding bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. ... Texas Christian University (TCU) is a private, coeducational university located in Fort Worth, Texas. ...

Preceded by:
Jim Shofner
Texas Christian University Head Football Coaches
Succeeded by:
Jim Wacker
Preceded by:
Claude Gibson
Tulsa University Head Football Coaches
Succeeded by:
John Cooper
TCU Horned Frog Head Football Coaches
Field • Morrison • Hildebrand • Cronk • Hyde • Langley • Lewis • Lever • Stewart • Cahoon • Boles • Freeland • Daniel • Tipton • Hackney • Driver • McKnight • BellSchmidtMeyer • Martin • Taylor • Pittman • Tohill • ShofnerDryWackerSullivanFranchionePatterson
Tulsa Golden Hurricanes Head Football Coaches
Leards • Taylor • McBirney • Allen • Evans • Medford • Smith • Schmidt • Acher • Henderson • Hurt • Benefiel • Frnka • Brothers • Witucki • B Dobbs • G Dobbs • Carillot • Gibson • DryCooperMorton • Henshaw • RaderBurnsKragthorpe



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