Biography of Don Schul

Don Shula – American football coach, was born in the city of Grand River, Ohio. At birth in the biography of Don Shula, the name Donald Francis Shula was obtained.

At first Don played for John Carroll University. From 1951 to 1957, the athlete was part of the teams Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Colts, Washington Redskins of the National Football League.

Then, Don Shula was a coach at the universities of Virginia, Kentucky. And in 1960 he became assistant coach of the Detroit Lions NFL. In 1963, in Baltimore, Don was named the youngest NFL coach. After setting a record 71-23-4 in seven seasons with the “Colts”, Shula began to train “Miami Dolphins”. The team completely changed, in 1972 became the unsurpassed Super Bowl champion, having shown an excellent result in the history of the NFL.

Teams of Don Shula played in six Super Cup games: Baltimore in 1996, Miami in 1971-73, 1982, 1984. Of these, two games were won: in 1972, 1973. In 1996, the coach left Dolphins. In total for the biography of Don Shul was carried out 328 seasons, received 347 victories. Two of these indicators are a record for professional football.

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Biography of Don Schul