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Who is the second youngest coach to win a Super Bowl?

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2017-02-02 19:18:21
2017-02-02 19:18:21

Jon Gruden:

  • Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh - XLIII (36 yrs, 323 days)
  • Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay - XXXVII (39 yrs, 162 days)
  • John Madden, Oakland - XI (40 yrs, 274 days)
  • Joe Gibbs, Washington - XVII (42 yrs, 66 days)
  • Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh - IX (43 yrs, 7 days)
  • Don Shula, Miami - VII (43 yrs, 10 days)

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