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Benjamin McGee Jr is a former American football player and coach. He played professionally in defense for nine seasons in the National Football League with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played college football at Jackson State University. McGee was the head football coach at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff for four seasons, 1980-1983, setting a 17-22-4 record.

Position Defensive end, defensive tackle
Date of birth January 26, 1939
Place of birth Starkville, Mississippi
High school Henderson, (Starkville, Mississippi)
College Jackson State
NFL Draft 1964 / Round: 4/ Pick: 51

About Ben McGee

Defensive end who played in the NFL from 1964-1972 for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Ben McGee before fame

He played college football at Jackson State University, before being selected in the 4th round of the 1964 NFL draft.

Achievement of Ben McGee

He made the Pro Bowl twice during his career.

Ben McGee family life

He was born in Starkville, Mississippi.

Associations of Ben McGee

In the latter half of his career he was coached by Chuck Noll.

Top Facts You Did Not Know About Ben McGee

Sports athletes in Starkville, Mississippi. Team coach of the Mississippi Valley Delta Devils. Arkansas Golden Lions Football Coach - Pine Bluff. The Jackson State Tigers football coach. Soccer players Jackson State Tigers. East Conference Pro Bowl players. United States football players Mississippi. African American football coach

Latest information about Ben McGee updated on June 08 2021.