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Kent Austin
RICHARD KENT AUSTIN (born June 25, 1963) is the current Vice President of Football Operations of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats football team. He was previously the head coach at Cornell University and offensive coordinator at Ole Miss
Ole Miss
. He was also the former head coach of the Canadian Football League
Canadian Football League
's Saskatchewan Roughriders after serving as offensive coordinator for the Toronto Argonauts
Toronto Argonauts
and quarterbacks coach for the Ottawa Renegades
Ottawa Renegades
. CONTENTS * 1 College career * 2 Professional career * 2.1 Career statistics * 3 Coaching career * 4 Head coaching record * 4.1 CFL * 4.2 College * 5 Family * 6 References * 7 Further reading COLLEGE CAREERAustin is a former starting quarterback himself. Following high school at Brentwood Academy , he went to the University of Mississippi and played quarterback in the early 1980s. He ranks fourth in passing yards in the Ole Miss
Ole Miss
records, behind Eli Manning
Eli Manning
, Bo Wallace , and Romaro Miller . Austin was an Academic All-American in each of his four college seasons and is a member of the University of Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame
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Head Coach
A HEAD COACH, SENIOR COACH, or MANAGER is a professional at training and developing athletes. They typically hold a more public profile and are paid more than other coaches . In some sports, the head coach is instead called the "manager", as in association football and professional baseball . In other sports such as Australian rules football , the head coach is generally termed a senior coach. Other coaches are usually subordinate to the head coach, often in offensive positions or defensive positions, and occasionally proceeding down into individualized position coaches. CONTENTS* 1 American football * 1.1 High school football * 1.2 College football * 1.3 National Football League * 1.3.1 Salary * 2 Association football * 3 Australian Rules Football * 3.1 Most Successful AFL Coach * 4 Rugby Union * 5 See also * 6 References AMERICAN FOOTBALL Kevin Sumlin , head coach of the Texas A"> With few exceptions (notable ones including Joe Paterno , Tom Osborne , Bill Snyder , Frank Beamer , Bo Schembechler , Woody Hayes , Bobby Bowden , Darrell Royal , and LaVell Edwards ) college coaches often routinely change jobs, rarely staying at a school for more than a decade. Some coaches have been known to leave a school and then return to the program after a period of time
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Natick, Massachusetts
NATICK /ˈneɪtɪk/ is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Massachusetts
, United States. Natick is located near the center of the MetroWest region of Massachusetts, with a population of 32,786 at the 2010 census. Only 10 miles (16 km) west from Boston
Boston
, Natick is considered part of the Greater Boston
Boston
area. The center of population of Massachusetts
Massachusetts
in 2000 was located in Natick. A 2014 census shows Natick's population was 34,230. This means between 2010 and 2014 Natick grew 3.6%, making it one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the Boston
Boston
area. CONTENTS * 1 Name * 2 History * 3 2010 Census
Census
data * 4 Geography and climate * 5 Communities and neighborhoods * 5.1 Natick Center * 5.2 South Natick * 5.3 East Natick * 5.4 West Natick * 5.5 Neighborhoods * 5.5.1 Sherwood * 5.5.2 Walnut Hill * 5.5.3 Wethersfield * 5.5.4 Oak Street * 5.5.5 Little South * 6 Demographics * 7 Government * 7.1 Town * 7.2 County * 8 Education * 8.1 Public schools * 8.2 Private schools * 9 Notable people * 10 Points of interest * 11 In popular culture * 12 See also * 13 References * 14 External links NAMEThe name Natick comes from the language of the Massachusett Native American tribe and is commonly considered to mean place of hills
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Brentwood Academy
BRENTWOOD ACADEMY is a coeducational college preparatory school located in Brentwood , Tennessee
Tennessee
, United States. Brentwood Academy is a coeducational, independent, college preparatory Christian school for grades 6-12. CONTENTS * 1 Notable alumni * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 External links NOTABLE ALUMNI * Kent Austin
Kent Austin
, Canadian Football League
Canadian Football League
(CFL) player and coach * Derek Barnett , Defensive End for the Philadelphia Eagles * Kody Bliss , football player * Andrew Bumbalough , athlete * King Dunlap , former professional football player for the San Diego Chargers * David Harrison , basketball player * Ashlyne Huff , singer-songwriter and dancer * Dann Huff , musician * Gordon Kennedy , musician * Mike MacIntyre , football coach * Jalen Ramsey , professional football player for the Jacksonville Jaguars * Joey Saldana , racing driver * John Vaughn , football player * Scott Wells , retired professional football player * Holly Williams , recording artist * Brandan Wright , professional basketball player for the Memphis Grizzlies SEE ALSO * Brentwood Academy v
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Ole Miss Rebels Football
The OLE MISS REBELS FOOTBALL program represents the University of Mississippi , also known as "Ole Miss". The Rebels compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The football history of Ole Miss includes the formation of the first football team in the state and the 26th team on the list of college football's all-time winning programs. The Rebels posted their 600th win on September 27, 2008 when they defeated the Florida Gators 31–30. Throughout the 115-year history of Ole Miss football, the Rebels have won six Southeastern Conference titles (1947, 1954, 1955, 1960, 1962, and 1963) and claim three national titles (1959, 1960, 1962). The team is currently coached by Matt Luke, as previous coach Hugh Freeze resigned in July 2017
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1986 NFL Draft
The 1986 NFL DRAFT was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 29–30, 1986 , at the Marriot Marquis in New York City , New York . The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season. The first overall selection, Bo Jackson , had told the Buccaneers prior to the draft that he would refuse to sign with the team. Disputes with team owner Hugh Culverhouse intensified after Jackson was ruled ineligible to play college baseball due to a trip he took with Culverhouse. This angered Jackson, as Culverhouse had assured him that the visit wouldn't cause any NCAA violations. It was said that Jackson, who was having what he called his best year playing baseball in school, made the Buccaneers nervous and that by getting him somehow ruled ineligible to play baseball, he would be forced to focus on football. Prior to the 1987 NFL Draft , the Buccaneers forfeited their rights to Jackson
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St. Louis Cardinals (NFL)
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE (1960 –1987 ) * Eastern Conference (1960–1969) * Century Division (1967–1969)* NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE (1970–1987) * NFC East (1970–1987) UNIFORM TEAM COLORS Cardinal Red, White, Black PERSONNEL OWNER(S) Violet Bidwell (1960–1962) Bill Bidwell (1962–1987) GENERAL MANAGER Larry Wilson (1977–1987) HEAD COACH Gene Stallings (1986–1987) TEAM HISTORY * Chicago Cardinals (1920–1943), (1945–1959) * Card-Pitt (1944) * ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (1960–1987) * Phoenix Cardinals (1988–1993) * Arizona Cardinals (1994–present) TEAM NICKNAMES Cardiac Cards, Big Red, Football Cardinals CHAMPIONSHIPS LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS (0) CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (0)DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS (2) * NFC EAST: 1974 , 1975 PLAYOFF APPEARANCES (3) * NFL: 1974 , 1975 , 1982 HOME FIELDS * Sportsman\'s Park (1960–1965) * Busch Memorial Stadium (1966–1987)The professional American football team now known as the Arizona Cardinals previously played in St. Louis , Missouri
Missouri
from 1960 to 1987. This article chronicles the team's history during their time as the ST. LOUIS CARDINALS. Chicago Cardinals owner Violet Bidwill had married St. Louis businessman Walter Wolfner in 1949, two years after inheriting the team from her late first husband, Charles Bidwill
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1986 NFL Season
The 1986 NFL SEASON was the 67th regular season of the National Football League . The defending Super Bowl Champion Chicago Bears shared the league's best record with the Giants at 14-2, with the Giants claiming the spot in the NFC by tiebreakers. In the AFC, the Cleveland Browns earned home-field advantage with a record of 12-4, and they hosted the New York Jets in round one of the AFC playoffs. The Jets had started the season at 10-1 before losing their final five contests. The game went to double OT, with the Browns finally prevailing 23-20. The following Sunday, John Elway and the Denver Broncos defeated the Browns by an identical score in the game known as The Drive , where Elway drove his team 98 yards to send the game to overtime to win. The Giants would defeat their rival Washington Redskins in the NFC title game, blanking them 17-0 to advance to their first Super Bowl. The season ended with Super Bowl XXI when the New York Giants defeated the Denver Broncos 39-20 at the Rose Bowl to win their first league title in 30 years
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Saskatchewan Roughriders
The SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS are a professional Canadian football team based in Regina , Saskatchewan . The Roughriders play in the West Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). The Roughriders were founded in 1910 as the REGINA RUGBY CLUB. Although they were not the first team to play football in Western Canada , the club has maintained an unbroken organizational continuity since their founding. The Roughriders are the third-oldest professional gridiron football team in existence today (only the Arizona Cardinals and Toronto Argonauts are older), and one of the oldest professional sports teams still in existence in North America. Of these teams, the Roughriders are both the oldest still in existence that continuously has been based in Western Canada as well as the oldest in North America to continuously have been based west of St. Louis, Missouri . They are also the continent's oldest community-owned professional sports franchise, older than every American professional sports team outside baseball other than the aforementioned Cardinals (who, unlike the Roughriders, no longer play in their original city) and older than every Canadian sports team outside football except the Montreal Canadiens , who were founded about nine months prior to the Roughriders
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1987 CFL Season
The 1987 CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON is considered to be the 34th season in modern-day Canadian football
Canadian football
, although it is officially the 30th Canadian Football League season. CONTENTS * 1 CFL News in 1987 * 2 Regular season standings * 2.1 Final regular season standings * 3 Grey Cup
Grey Cup
playoffs * 3.1 Playoff bracket * 4 CFL Leaders * 5 1987 CFL All-Stars * 5.1 Offence * 5.2 Defence * 5.3 Special
Special
teams * 6 1987 Eastern All-Stars * 6.1 Offence * 6.2 Defence * 6.3 Special
Special
teams * 7 1987 Western All-Stars * 7.1 Offence * 7.2 Defence * 7.3 Special
Special
teams * 8 1987 CFL Awards * 9 References CFL NEWS IN 1987The Canadian Football League celebrated the 75th Annual Grey Cup
Grey Cup
game at BC Place
BC Place
Stadium on Sunday, November 29. The Canadian Football Network , which was syndicated on Canadian television stations, was created. The CFL experimented with their blackout policy by blacking out four televised games in both, Hamilton and Toronto
Toronto
(two in Hamilton and two in Toronto). Cable outlet TSN also began broadcasting the CFL in 1987, gaining the rights to games that had been passed on by CBC and CFN
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1993 CFL Season
The 1993 CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON is considered to be the 40th season in modern-day Canadian football
Canadian football
, although it is officially the 36th Canadian Football League season. CONTENTS * 1 CFL news in 1993 * 2 Regular season standings * 2.1 Final regular season standings * 3 Grey Cup playoffs * 3.1 Playoff bracket * 4 CFL Leaders * 5 1993 CFL All-Stars * 5.1 Offence * 5.2 Defence * 5.3 Special
Special
teams * 6 1993 Eastern All-Stars * 6.1 Offence * 6.2 Defence * 6.3 Special
Special
teams * 7 1993 Western All-Stars * 7.1 Offence * 7.2 Defence * 7.3 Special
Special
teams * 8 1993 CFL Awards * 9 References CFL NEWS IN 1993On February 23, the Sacramento Gold Miners
Sacramento Gold Miners
were announced as the CFL 's ninth franchise, during the league's annual meetings in Hamilton . The team began play in 1993 at Hornet Stadium in Sacramento, California . They joined the West Division . Sacramento became the first U.S.-based team to play in the CFL, and it was the first expansion team to be admitted into the league since 1954 , when the B.C. Lions
B.C. Lions
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BC Lions
The BC LIONS are a professional Canadian football
Canadian football
team competing in the West Division of the Canadian Football League
Canadian Football League
(CFL). Based in Vancouver
Vancouver
, British Columbia
British Columbia
, the Lions play their home games at BC Place . The Lions played their first season in 1954 , and have played every season since. As such, they are the oldest professional sports franchise in the city of Vancouver
Vancouver
and in the province of British Columbia. They have appeared in the league's Grey Cup championship game 10 times, winning six of those games, with their most recent championship occurring in 2011 . The Lions were the first Western Canadian team to have won the Grey Cup at home, having done so in 1994 and 2011 , before Saskatchewan won in 2013 , while also becoming the only team to beat an American-based franchise in a championship game, a feat accomplished in 1994. The Lions currently have the longest active playoff streak, and are tied for the second-longest in CFL history, having made the playoffs for 20 straight seasons
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1994 CFL Season
The 1994 CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON is considered to be the 41st season in modern-day Canadian football
Canadian football
, although it is officially the 37th Canadian Football League
Canadian Football League
season. CONTENTS* 1 CFL News in 1994 * 1.1 Expansion * 1.2 Ownership changes * 1.3 Uniform changes * 1.4 Game records set * 1.5 The Grey Cup
Grey Cup
* 2 Regular season standings * 2.1 Final regular season standings * 3 Grey Cup
Grey Cup
playoffs * 3.1 Playoff bracket * 4 1994 CFL All-Stars * 4.1 Offence * 4.2 Defence * 4.3 Special
Special
teams * 5 1994 Western All-Stars * 5.1 Offence * 5.2 Defence * 5.3 Special
Special
teams * 6 1994 Eastern All-Stars * 6.1 Offence * 6.2 Defence * 6.3 Special
Special
teams * 7 1994 CFL Awards * 8 References * 9 External links CFL NEWS IN 1994EXPANSIONThe CFL admitted three more United States-based teams with the Las Vegas Posse , the Shreveport Pirates and the Baltimore Stallions – making it 12 teams in total, six in each division
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Toronto Argonauts
The TORONTO ARGONAUTS are a professional Canadian football team competing in the East Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). Based in Toronto , Ontario , the team was founded in 1873, and is the oldest existing professional sports team in North America still using its original name. The team's origins date back to a modified version of rugby football that emerged in North America in the latter half of the nineteenth century. The Argonauts played their home games at Rogers Centre from 1989 until 2016 when the team moved to BMO Field , the fifth stadium site to host the team. The Argonauts have won the Grey Cup a record 16 times and have appeared in the final 22 times. Most recently they defeated the Calgary Stampeders 35–22 at home in the 100th Grey Cup in 2012. The Argonauts hold the best winning percentage in the championship game (72.7%) and have the longest active winning streak in games in which they have appeared, at five. The Argonauts have faced every current western CFL team at least once in the Grey Cup, while their most celebrated divisional rivalry has been with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats . The team was owned by the Argonaut Rowing Club for its first 83 years, and has been owned by a series of business interests since 1956
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1995 Cfl Season
The 1995 CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON was the 38th season of the CFL, and the 42nd in the modern era of Canadian football
Canadian football
. CONTENTS* 1 CFL News in 1995 * 1.1 Expansion, relocation, folding and realignment * 1.2 Uniform changes * 1.3 New Game Ball Supplier * 1.4 The Grey Cup
Grey Cup
* 2 Regular season standings * 2.1 Final regular season standings * 3 Grey Cup
Grey Cup
playoffs * 3.1 Playoff bracket * 4 CFL Leaders * 5 1995 CFL All-Stars * 5.1 Offence * 5.2 Defence * 5.3 Special
Special
teams * 6 1995 Southern All-Stars * 6.1 Offence * 6.2 Defence * 6.3 Special
Special
teams * 7 1995 Northern All-Stars * 7.1 Offence * 7.2 Defence * 7.3 Special
Special
teams * 8 1995 CFL Awards * 9 References CFL NEWS IN 1995EXPANSION, RELOCATION, FOLDING AND REALIGNMENTTwo more United States-based teams were admitted, the Birmingham Barracudas and the Memphis Mad Dogs
Memphis Mad Dogs
. In the off-season the Sacramento Gold Miners moved to San Antonio
San Antonio
to become the San Antonio
San Antonio
Texans . The Texans would play their home games at the Alamodome
Alamodome
, which is the only American stadium designed and built to accommodate a regulation Canadian football
Canadian football
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers
The WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS are a Canadian football team based in Winnipeg , Manitoba . They are currently members of the West Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). They play their home games at Investors Group Field after many years of playing at the since demolished Canad Inns Stadium . The Blue Bombers were founded in 1930 as the WINNIPEG FOOTBALL CLUB, which remains the organization's