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Overview

Chuck Fairbanks

Date of birth
Jun 10, 1933

Ht: 6'3"Wt: 190 lbs.

Hometown
Grand Rapids, MI

Nationality
American

College
Michigan State University

High school
Charlevoix

Summary
Chuck Fairbanks (born June 10, 1933) was a football head coach at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. The offensive and defensive systems he introduced and helped develop have proven influential in the NFL...
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Staff career
Coaching career
Record of 7-26

1976 AFC Coach of the Year - Record of 46 wins and 40 losses

Oklahoma FootballHead Coach, Assistant Coach, Secondary Coach
Record of 52-15-1 - Led the team to 3 Big Eight Conference titles

Arizona State FootballAssistant Coach, Secondary Coach, Wide Receivers Coach
Coached ends in 1959

Playing career
Trivia
  • Coached the New Jersey Generals in the USFL in 1983

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Updated athletic career information for Chuck Fairbanks
Added Chuck Fairbanks to the 1953 Michigan State Spartans Football team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 82.
  • Set role to End.
by msunav Apr 28, 2014
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Darrell Royal of Texas & Chuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma_1967.jpg
Darrell Royal of Texas & Chuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma_1967.jpg
by Rt 53 veer pass Jul 07, 2012
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1962: Bill Yeoman's first coaching staff at the University of Houston
1962: Bill Yeoman's first coaching staff at the University of Houston
From left to right: Chuck Fairbanks, Tom Boisture, Swede Hil, Yeoman, J. D. Roberts, Bobby Gill, Melvin Brown and Carroll Schultz.
by Hearndon Jun 08, 2012
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Darrell Royal of Texas & Chuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma_1972.jpg
Darrell Royal of Texas & Chuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma_1972.jpg
by Rt 53 veer pass Apr 16, 2012
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Darrell Royal (right) of Texas & Chuck Fairbanks of OU 1967.jpg
Darrell Royal (right) of Texas & Chuck Fairbanks of OU 1967.jpg
by Rt 53 veer pass Mar 26, 2012
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Updated athletic career information for Chuck Fairbanks
Edited the career summary for Chuck Fairbanks.
by msunav Mar 09, 2012
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Updated athletic career information for Chuck Fairbanks
Edited the career summary for Chuck Fairbanks.
by msunav Mar 09, 2012
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Updated personal notes for Chuck Fairbanks
Edited the personal notes for Chuck Fairbanks.
  • Added trivia: "Coached the New Jersey Generals in the USFL in 1983"
by msunav Mar 09, 2012
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Updated athletic career information for Chuck Fairbanks
Edited the career summary for Chuck Fairbanks.
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by DaMan Jan 31, 2012
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Updated athletic career information for Chuck Fairbanks
Edited the career summary for Chuck Fairbanks.
by msunav Jan 30, 2012
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Buffs lose a coach in May The End of an Error May 31 1982 CU At the Game - A CU Football blog by Stuart Whitehair
www.cuatthegame.com
Fair weather Fairbanks Despite compiling a 7-26 record over three seasons, and recording Colorado's first string of three consecutive losing campaigns in
Submitted by DaMan, Nov 24, 2011
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Brad Young & Coach Chuck Fairbanks of Colorado_1979.jpg
Brad Young & Coach Chuck Fairbanks of Colorado_1979.jpg
by Rt 53 veer pass Nov 21, 2011
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Chuck Fairbanks and Hank Bullough - Patriots.jpg Chuck Fairbanks - Head Coach New Jersey Generals.jpg
by msunav Oct 28, 2011
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Buffs Lose Pair of Former Football Coaches
The University of Colorado lost a pair of former assistant football coaches in the last 10 lt;br />days with the passing of Chuck Boerio, 81, and Doug Knotts, 77.
Colorado Athletics Department, Oct 10, 2011
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Series Classic: Mac's First 'W' Was In '82 Vs. Wazzu
Bill McCartney's first of 93 wins at CU came on Sept. 18, 1982, a 12-0 win over Washington State at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane.
Colorado Athletics Department, Sep 30, 2011
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September 25, 1971, #11 Oklahoma (1-0) at Pittsburgh (1-0)
In college football, one thing was certain; it didn’t take long for other teams to copy innovations. For instance, it had happened with the Notre Dame shift under legendary coach Knute Rockne in the 1920s, with Missouri coach Don Faurot and his...
by jdlink Sep 21, 2011
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September 27, 1969, Pittsburgh (0-1) at #6 Oklahoma (1-0)
The 1969 season marked the 100th anniversary of college football. Many teams were going to wear an emblem on their helmets in recognition. At the University of Pittsburgh, ever since a 9-1 record in ‘63 and a final No. 4 national ranking in which...
by jdlink Sep 21, 2011
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