Jackie Wayne Sherrill is a former American football player and coach. He was the head football coach at Washington State University, the University of Pittsburgh, Texas A&M University, and Mississippi State University, compiling a career college football record of 180–120–4. Sherrill is a studio analyst for Fox Sports Net's college football coverage.
|Born:||Nov 28, 1943, Duncan, Oklahoma|
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About Jackie Sherrill
Longtime head coach who served for more than 10 years at Mississippi State, and most of the 1980s at Texas A&M.
He played college football at Alabama from 1962-65, winning two national championships, and after graduation joined its coaching staff.
In 1991 he was hired by the perennial cellar-dwelling Mississippi State University team; during his run with the team he won 75 games - the most ever for any MSU coach.
He was born in Duncan, Oklahoma.
He played at Alabama under the mentorship of their great coach Bear Bryant.
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