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How many NCAA football coaches came from Ohio?

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01/12/2011

List in progress: Updated: Jan. 12, 2011

NCAA and NFL Head Coaches from Ohio.

Paul Brown (Ohio State, Cleveland Browns, Bengals)

Woody Hayes (Ohio State)

Ara Parseghian (Notre Dame)

Lou Holtz (Notre Dame)

Bo Shembechler (Michigan)

Jim Tressel (Youngstown State, Ohio State)

Ron Zook (Illinois)

Urban Meyer (Florida)

Bob Stoops (Oklahoma)

Mike Stoops (Arizona)

Gary Pinkel (Missouri)

Les Miles (LSU)

Bo Pelini (Nebraska)

Jim Harbaugh (Stanford)

Tom O'Brien (NC State)

Jon Gruden (Raiders, Tampa Bay)

Don Shula (Miami Dolphins)

Chuck Noll (Steelers)

Dwight "Dike" V. Beede (Youngstown State 35 years)

Dom Capers (Houston Texans)

Josh McDaniels (Denver)

Larry Kehres (Mt. Union)

John Mackovic (KC Chiefs, U of Illinois, Texas, Arizona)

Dick LeBeau (Bengals)

Carm Cozza (Yale for 32 years)

Don James (Washington, Kent State)

Glen Mason, (Minnesota Golden Gophers)

Frank Solich (Nebraska, Ohio U.)

Wayne Fontes (Detroit Lions)

Josh McDaniels (Denver Broncos)

Gerry Faust (Notre Dame)

Jerry Glanville (Atlanta Falcons, Houston Oilers)

Dean Pees (Kent State)

Ken Meyer (49ers)

Paul Dietzel (LSU, Army, South Carolina)

Lee Owens (Akron U., Ashland U.)

Mike Kelly (University of Dayton 246-54-1 (.819); 27 Years 4 National Championships)

Joe Morrison (University of South Carolina)

Bo Rein (North Carolina State).

(Frank Solich (Nebraska, Ohio U.)

Jim Dennison (Akron U, Walsh U.)

Lee Tressel (Baldwin Wallace)

John Pont (Miami U, Yale, Northwestern, Indiana.)

Brady Hoke (Ball State, San Diego State, Michigan.)

Mark Snyder (Marshall U.)

Rick Forzano (U of Conn, Naval Academy, Detroit Lions.)

John McVay (N.Y. Giants, 49ers GM)

Randy Walker (Miami U, Northwestern U)

Cliff Battles (Pro Football's AAFC 1946-47 Brooklyn Dodgers)

Wes Fesler (Wesleyn University)

Paul Bixler (Ohio State 1946)

Eric Wolford (Youngstown State U)