Dana Xenophon Bible (October 8, 1891 to January 19, 1980) was a highly successful college football head coach. He is most well known for his excellent coaching at Texas A&M, Nebraska, and Texas. Throughout his career he compiled a 198-72-23 (.715) record. 30 out of his 33 seasons were winning seasons. He twice won 10 games in a season. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
Bible's 1919 football team at Texas A&M University, which was undefeated and untied and outscored the opposition 275-0, was retroactively named national champions by the National Championship Foundation. Coach Bible, while at Texas, was contacted by University of Chicago coach Clark Shaughnessy to organize a clinic on the T formation. Along with Frank Leahy of Notre Dame, they helped create the T formation revolution.
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