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(Chron)   From being one of Paul "Bear" Bryant's Junction Boys at Texas A&M to The Astrodome and the "Run and Shoot" offense, football legend Jack Pardee has played his final down   (chron.com) divider line 19
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2013-04-02 12:38:57 PM
in which he gained two yards
 
2013-04-02 12:48:56 PM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Jack Pardee the coach of the Oilers the day they blew a 35-3 lead in the playoffs to a backup QB?

Goodnight, funny football man.
 
2013-04-02 02:09:46 PM
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R.I.P. HARDEE'S
 
2013-04-02 03:02:29 PM
an icon from my youth...RIP Mr. Football Man.
 
2013-04-02 03:12:03 PM
Nothing in TFA about his 95-point, 1,000-yard effort against just-back-from-the-dead SMU?
 
2013-04-02 03:19:23 PM
Guess he didn't kick the son of a biatch in or meet up with Elvis after all. RIP
 
2013-04-02 03:22:23 PM
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R.I.P. Jack's party
 
2013-04-02 03:34:03 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Guess he didn't kick the son of a biatch in or meet up with Elvis after all. RIP


You mixed him up with Bum Phillips and Jerry Glanville in one sentence.  Maybe intentional?  He always seemed like a good guy that let his coordinators run their disciplines and his players play.  He was very quiet and humble in every press conference I remember.  Seemed like a good man to play for...
 
2013-04-02 03:48:16 PM

revman64: HaywoodJablonski: Guess he didn't kick the son of a biatch in or meet up with Elvis after all. RIP

You mixed him up with Bum Phillips and Jerry Glanville in one sentence.  Maybe intentional?  He always seemed like a good guy that let his coordinators run their disciplines and his players play.  He was very quiet and humble in every press conference I remember.  Seemed like a good man to play for...


You've thwarted my evil scheme.

My memories of Pardee are pretty vague, but I seem to tie him with Givins, Jeffires, and the model/kicker who cried after blowing the Redskins game. I could be confusing him with someone else.
 
2013-04-02 03:56:14 PM
Well, that run and shoot offense was fun to watch.  Good night coach.
 
2013-04-02 03:57:12 PM

Super Chronic: Nothing in TFA about his 95-point, 1,000-yard effort against just-back-from-the-dead SMU?


It takes a big man to run up the score on a team starting 17 freshmen.
 
2013-04-02 04:08:43 PM

HaywoodJablonski: revman64: HaywoodJablonski: Guess he didn't kick the son of a biatch in or meet up with Elvis after all. RIP

You mixed him up with Bum Phillips and Jerry Glanville in one sentence.  Maybe intentional?  He always seemed like a good guy that let his coordinators run their disciplines and his players play.  He was very quiet and humble in every press conference I remember.  Seemed like a good man to play for...

You've thwarted my evil scheme.

My memories of Pardee are pretty vague, but I seem to tie him with Givins, Jeffires, and the model/kicker who cried after blowing the Redskins game. I could be confusing him with someone else.


Ian Howfield.
 
2013-04-02 04:16:27 PM

rc3ntexas: HaywoodJablonski: revman64: HaywoodJablonski: Guess he didn't kick the son of a biatch in or meet up with Elvis after all. RIP

You mixed him up with Bum Phillips and Jerry Glanville in one sentence.  Maybe intentional?  He always seemed like a good guy that let his coordinators run their disciplines and his players play.  He was very quiet and humble in every press conference I remember.  Seemed like a good man to play for...

You've thwarted my evil scheme.

My memories of Pardee are pretty vague, but I seem to tie him with Givins, Jeffires, and the model/kicker who cried after blowing the Redskins game. I could be confusing him with someone else.

Ian Howfield.


That's the one
 
2013-04-02 04:38:38 PM
He also was Walter Payton's first coach in the NFL, for whatever that's worth...
 
2013-04-02 05:32:30 PM

tnpir: Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Jack Pardee the coach of the Oilers the day they blew a 35-3 lead in the playoffs to a backup QB?

Goodnight, funny football man.


Yes, yes he was.
 
2013-04-02 05:55:26 PM
He was a great linebacker too. Another Over The Hill guy meeting back up with George.
 
2013-04-02 08:15:55 PM

germ78: He also was Walter Payton's first coach in the NFL, for whatever that's worth...


And developed the innovative Bears offensive formation where four linemen would wet themselves as the ball was snapped, then Sweetness would figure out a way to gain three yards when there were six defenders in the backfield before he got the ball.

Outside of Payton, watching the Bears offense in the late 70's was a brutal experience.
 
2013-04-02 10:45:37 PM
That's a full Football Life.
 
2013-04-03 12:36:38 AM
Anybody that came outta six-man football automatically gets respect.  What a tough dude.
 
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