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Encyclopedia > John Barnhill (coach)

John Barnhill was the Head Football Coach for the University of Tennessee for four seasons from 1941 to 1945. He coached the team during World War II, overlooking the squad during the absence of General Robert Neyland who left for the War. Robinson was successful, leading Tennessee to a record of 32-5-2. His success led to a head coaching job at the University of Arkansas upon Neyland's return. The University of Tennessee (UT), sometimes called the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UT Knoxville or UTK), is the primary institution of the statewide land-grant University of Tennessee system, Tennessees flagship public university. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, the use of images on this page may require cleanup, involving adjustment of image placement, formatting, size, or other adjustments. ... Robert Reese Neyland (February 17, 1892 - 1962) was an American football coach. ... This article is about the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System, located in Fayetteville. ...


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Arkansas Razorbacks Head Football Coaches
Futrall • B.N. Wilson • Searles • Thomas • D.A. McDaniel • A.D. Brown • F.C. Longman • Bezdek • E.T. Pickering • T.T. McConnell • Paine • J.B. Craig • G.W. McLaren • Schmidt • Thomsen • Cole • Tomlin • Rose • Barnhill • Douglas • Wyatt • Mitchell • BroylesHoltzHatfield • Crowe • KinesFordNutt
Tennessee Volunteers Head Football Coaches
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