Neyland ended his career with a 173-31 record, 4 National Championship appearances (1938, 1940, 1950, and 1951), 2 National Championship wins (19), 8 SEC conference championships, 6 undefeated seasons, and never had a losing season.
Neyland retired in 1952 due to poor health and in 1962, the university renamed the stadium, Neyland Stadium in his honor.
In 1919, the Aggies program would be taken over by Dana X. Under Bible, the Aggies won 2 National Championships (19) and had a 72-19 record, often times dominating the opposing teams.
Bible left in 1928 to coach at the University of Nebraska.
Neyland had a very successful coaching career at Tennessee.
Neyland had stints in the military so there were gaps where he did not coach.
The Penn State Nittany Lions football program has roots dating back to 1887 where football first began at the school. In 1918, Penn State had its first coach to have a fairly long tenure.
As the school started to develop the program, it started to have some success as the years went along which included two National Championships in 19. Hugo Bezdek began the Penn State job in 1918 and coached until 1929.
Norton went 82-53 in his career and was fired in 1947 after going 3-6.Neyland coached from 1926-1934, 1936-1940, and 1946-1952.The gaps where Neyland was serving in the military and did not coach, the Volunteers struggled.After a disappointing 2015 campaign where the Penn State Nittany Lions football team went 7-6, this historic program looks to turn things around in 2016.Penn State has been one of the great college football programs to ever exist with legendary players and coaching having come through that school.