January 24: This Date in American Football History


Bill Warner

Everyday RoadTripSports.com celebrates the past, present and future of American football including birthdays, deaths, and important games and events that have occurred in the past through our daily feature This Date in American Football History. Get to know the legends of American football – the sport’s greatest heroes including players and coaches, and relive some of the greatest plays and moments in the game’s history.

Then be sure to check out our Legends Library for historical profiles on the game’s greats or research your favorite schools or players in our databases for College Football Hall of Fame inductees, All-Americans and major award winners. Or take a moment to explore the various branches of the internet’s most complete coaching tree!

You can also follow your favorite teams here as well by selecting the appropriate division on our College Football Teams page or by locating your favorite professional team page. Team pages for all divisions of college football are available including NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA, NJCAA, CCCAA and CIS (Canada). Also, independent team and club team pages are available including teams holding associate membership in the USCAA and NCCAA.


People


1881 – College Football Hall of Fame Class of 1971 member Bill Warner was born. Warner played guard for Cornell (1899-1902). He was the brother of legendary Hall of Fame coach Glenn “Pop” Warner.

1967 – Former San Diego and San Jose State head coach Ron Caragher was born. Caragher played quarterback at UCLA (1986-1989) including the final two seasons as a backup behind legendary Bruin and Dallas Cowboy quarterback Troy Aikman. He eventually entered the coaching profession after college earning his first head coach possession at San Diego as the successor to current Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. He led the Toreros for six seasons (2007-2012) before taking over as the head coach at San Jose State for four seasons (2013-2016).


 

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