HOME
The Info List - Enoch J. Mills


--- Advertisement ---



Enoch Josiah "Joe" Mills (July 23, 1878 – October 3, 1935) was an American football, basketball, and baseball player and coach. He served as the eighth head football coach at Baylor University, coaching two seasons from 1908 to 1909 and compiling a record of 8–8. Mills was also the second head basketball coach at Baylor, coaching two seasons from 1909 to 1910 and tallying a mark of 19–10. In addition, he was the head baseball coach at Baylor in 1909, amassing a record of 9–12.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Head coaching record

2.1 Football

3 References

Early life[edit] Mills was born and raised on farm near Pleasanton, Kansas.[1] Head coaching record[edit] Football[edit]

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs

Baylor (Independent) (1908–1909)

1908 Baylor 3–5

1909 Baylor 5–3

Baylor: 8–8

Colorado Silver and Gold (Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference) (1918–1919)

1918 Colorado 2–3 1–2 T–3rd

1919 Colorado 2–3–1 2–3–1 5th

Colorado: 4–6–1 3–5–1

Total: 12–14–1

References[edit]

^ Mills, Joe (1988). A Mountain Boyhood. University of Nebraska Press. p. xi. ISBN 0-8032-3126-1. Retrieved November 8, 2012. 

Links to related articles

v t e

Baylor Bears and Lady Bears
Baylor Bears and Lady Bears
athletic directors

R. N. Watts (1903–1904) Luther Burleson
Luther Burleson
(1907–1908) Enoch J. Mills
Enoch J. Mills
(1908–1911) Norman C. Paine
Norman C. Paine
(1913–1914) Charles Mosley (1914–1920) Frank Bridges
Frank Bridges
(1920–1926) Morley Jennings
Morley Jennings
(1926–1941) Ralph Wolf (1941–1949) George Sauer
George Sauer
(1950–1958) John Bridgers (1959–1968) Bill Henderson (1968–1971) Jack Patterson (1971–1980) Bill Menefee (1980–1992) Grant Teaff (1992–1993) Dick Ellis (1993–1996) Tom Stanton (1996–2003) Ian McCaw (2003–2016) Todd Patulski # (2016) Mack Rhoades
Mack Rhoades
(2016– )

# denotes interim athletic director.

v t e

Baylor Bears head football coaches

R. H. Hamilton (1899–1900) W. R. Ritchie
W. R. Ritchie
(1901) J. C. Ewing (1902) R. N. Watts (1903) Sol Metzger (1904) Archie Webb
Archie Webb
(1905) No team (1906) Luther Burleson
Luther Burleson
(1907) Enoch J. Mills
Enoch J. Mills
(1908–1909) Ralph Glaze
Ralph Glaze
(1910–1912) Norman C. Paine
Norman C. Paine
(1913) Charles Mosley (1914–1919) Frank Bridges
Frank Bridges
(1920–1925) Morley Jennings
Morley Jennings
(1926–1940) Frank Kimbrough (1941–1942) No team (1943–1944) Frank Kimbrough (1945–1946) Bob Woodruff (1947–1949) George Sauer
George Sauer
(1950–1955) Sam Boyd (1956–1958) John Bridgers (1959–1968) Bill Beall (1969–1971) Grant Teaff (1972–1992) Chuck Reedy (1993–1996) Dave Roberts (1997–1998) Kevin Steele (1999–2002) Guy Morriss (2003–2007) Art Briles
Art Briles
(2008–2015) Jim Grobe (2016) Matt Rhule
Matt Rhule
(2017– )

v t e

Baylor Bears basketball
Baylor Bears basketball
head coaches

Luther Burleson
Luther Burleson
(1906–1908) Enoch J. Mills
Enoch J. Mills
(1908–1910) Ralph Glaze
Ralph Glaze
(1910–1913) Norman C. Paine
Norman C. Paine
(1913–1914) Charles Mosley (1914–1920) Frank Bridges
Frank Bridges
(1920–1926) Ralph Wolf (1926–1941) Bill Henderson (1941–1943) Van Sweet (1943–1945) Bill Henderson (1945–1961) Bill Menefee (1961–1973) Carroll Dawson (1973–1977) Jim Haller (1977–1985) Gene Iba (1985–1992) Darrel Johnson (1992–1994) Harry Miller (1994–1999) Dave Bliss (1999–2003) Scott Drew (2003– )

v t e

Baylor Bears head baseball coaches

J. C. Ewing (1902) R. N. Watts (1903–1904) Lee Carroll (1905) Luther Burleson
Luther Burleson
(1906–1908) Enoch J. Mills
Enoch J. Mills
(1909) Ralph Glaze
Ralph Glaze
(1910–1913) Charles Mosley (1914–1919) Frank Bridges
Frank Bridges
(1920–1927) Morley Jennings
Morley Jennings
(1928–1939) Lloyd Russell
Lloyd Russell
(1940–1941) Floyd Crow (1942) No team (1943–1945) A. E. Jones (1946–1950) Vic Bradford (1951) Chuck Devereaux (1952) A. E. Jones (1953) Boyd SoRelle (1954–1957) Lloyd Russell
Lloyd Russell
(1958–1961) Dutch Schroeder (1962–1973) Mickey Sullivan
Mickey Sullivan
(1974–1994) Steve Smith (1995–2015) Steve Rodriguez (2016– )

v t e

Colorado Buffaloes head football coaches

No coach (1890–1893) Harry Heller (1894) Fred Folsom (1895–1899) Theron W. Mortimer (1900) Fred Folsom (1901–1902) Dave Cropp (1903–1904) Willis Kienholz
Willis Kienholz
(1905) Frank Castleman
Frank Castleman
(1906–1907) Fred Folsom (1908–1915) Bob Evans (1916–1917) Enoch J. Mills
Enoch J. Mills
(1918–1919) Myron E. Witham
Myron E. Witham
(1920–1931) Bill Saunders (1932–1934) Bunny Oakes (1935–1939) Frank Potts (1940) James J. Yeager (1941–1943) Frank Potts (1944–1945) James J. Yeager (1946–1947) Dallas Ward
Dallas Ward
(1948–1958) Sonny Grandelius (1959–1961) William E. Davis (1962) Eddie Crowder
Eddie Crowder
(1963–1973) Bill Mallory (1974–1978) Chuck Fairbanks (1979–1981) Bill McCartney (1982–1994) Rick Neuheisel
Rick Neuheisel
(1995–1998) Gary Barnett
Gary Barnett
(1999–2005) Mike Hankwitz # (2005) Dan Hawkins
Dan Hawkins
(2006–2010) Brian Cabral # (2010) Jon Embree (2011–2012) Mike MacIntyre
Mike MacIntyre
(2013– )

# denotes interim head coach.

v t e

Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball
Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball
head coaches

No coach (1901–1906) Frank Castleman
Frank Castleman
(1906–1912) John McFadden (1912–1914) James N. Ashmore
James N. Ashmore
(1914–1917) Bob Evans (1917–1918) Enoch J. Mills
Enoch J. Mills
(1918–1924) Howard Beresford (1924–1933) Henry Iba
Henry Iba
(1933–1934) Dutch Clark
Dutch Clark
(1934–1935) Frosty Cox (1935–1942) No team (1942–1944) Frosty Cox (1944–1950) Bebe Lee (1950–1956) Sox Walseth (1956–1976) Bill Blair (1976–1981) Tom Apke (1981–1986) Tom Miller (1986–1990) Joe Harrington (1990–1996) Ricardo Patton (1996–2007) Jeff Bzdelik
Jeff Bzdelik
(2007–2010) Tad Boyle (2010– )

This biographical article relating to a college football coach first appointed in the 1900s is a stub. You can help by expandi

.