Today's Tidbit... Early All-Americans As Head Coaches ($)
Here is an interesting table. It shows the head coaches at notable colleges in 1926 who had been All-American players in their day. There was Lonzo, with 45 years in the saddle, and five who had earned pretty big jobs just one or two years after their playing days. As the headline and article contents show, the writer considered the 16 men on the list surprisingly small.