Hugh “Duffy” Daugherty guided Michigan State University’s football program to national prominence. In a 19-year reign, from 1954 to 1972, he had a 109-69-5 record. As head coach, Daugherty’s two greatest teams were the 1965 and 1966 teams. Both squads went through undefeated 10-game regular season schedules, won Big Ten championships and gained top national recognition. Daugherty coached 22 first team All-Americans and 51 first-team All-Big Ten selections.
Source: Lansing State Journal