- Mike Michalske
Mike Michalske Date of birth: April 24, 1903 Place of birth: Cleveland, Ohio, United States Date of death: October 26, 1983, age 80 Career information Position(s): OG College: Penn State Organizations As player: 1926
New York Yankees (AFL)
New York Yankees (NFL)
Green Bay Packers
Career highlights and awards Honors: NFL 1920s All-Decade Team Playing stats at 1964,
Originally a member of the short-lived New York Yankees National Football League team from 1927 to 1928, Michalske arrived in Green Bay in 1929 for the first of what would be nine seasons with the team. An All-America fullback during his Penn State career, the 6-foot, 210 pound Michalske convinced Packers coach Curly Lambeau to try him on the offensive line, where he became the first great guard in pro football, known for his combination of speed, agility and power.
The first guard inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Michalske was a key blocker in the Packers' championship seasons in 1929, 1930, and 1931, opening holes for the likes of Johnny "Blood" McNally and Bob Monnett. Michalske also played on the defensive line and was dubbed "Iron Mike" because despite playing 60 minutes a game, he missed only 9 of 104 games during his Packers tenure, 5 of them in his final season. Moreover, throughout his football career he played with an unrepaired congenital abdominal hernia.
Michalske was a six time consensus first team All-Pro in 1927-1931 and 1935. He wore nine uniform numbers over his Packers career, the most by any one player in team history: 19 (1932), 24 (1934), 28 (1931), 30 (1932), 31 (1933), 33 (1935), 36 (1929-30, 37), 40 (1935) and 63 (1934). Following his Packers career, Michalske became a coach, including a head coaching stint at Iowa State from 1942 to 1946.
-  Mike Michalske's Hall of Fame biography
Iowa State Cyclones head football coaches
Ira C. Brownlie (1892) • W. F. Finney (1893) • Bert German & Pop Warner (1894–1898) • Joe Meyers & Pop Warner (1899) • C. E. Woodruff (1900) • Edgar N. Clinton (1901) • A. W. Ristine (1902–1906) • Clyde Williams (1907–1912) • Homer C. Hubbard (1913–1914) • Charles Mayser (1915–1919) • Norman C. Paine (1920) • Maury Kent (1921) • Sam Willaman (1922–1925) • C. Noel Workman (1926–1930) • George F. Veenker (1931–1936) • James J. Yeager (1937–1940) • Ray Donels (1941–1942) • Mike Michalske (1942–1946) • Emmett Stuber (1947–1953) • Vince DiFrancesca (1954–1956) • Jim Myers (1957) • Clay Stapleton (1958–1967) • Johnny Majors (1968–1972) • Earle Bruce (1973–1978) • Donnie Duncan (1979–1982) • Jim Criner (1983–1986) • Jim Walden (1987–1994) • Dan McCarney (1995–2006) • Gene Chizik (2007–2008) • Paul Rhoads (2009– )
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Head Coach Curly Lambeau
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Head Coach Curly Lambeau
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Head Coach Curly Lambeau
Green Bay Packers Hall of FamersHerb Adderley • Tony Canadeo • Willie Davis • Len Ford • Forrest Gregg • Ted Hendricks • Arnie Herber • Clarke Hinkle • Paul Hornung • Cal Hubbard • Don Hutson • Henry Jordan • Walt Kiesling • Curly Lambeau • James Lofton • Vince Lombardi • John McNally • Mike Michalske • Ray Nitschke • Jim Ringo • Bart Starr • Jan Stenerud • Jim Taylor • Emlen Tunnell • Reggie White • Willie Wood NFL's 1920s All-Decade Team Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1964 New York Yankees (NFL) The FranchiseNew York Yankees (NFL) · New York Yankees (NFL) Players Stadiums Owner Head CoachesRalph Scott · Dick Rauch Seasons1926 · 1927 · 1928 Pro Football Hall of Famers (3) League Affiliations Rivalries Lore
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