Bernie Moore

Bernie Moore

College coach infobox
Name = Bernie Moore


Caption =
DateOfBirth = April 30, 1895
Birthplace = Jonesboro, TN
DateOfDeath = Death date and age|1967|11|6|1895|4|30
Sport = Football, Track & Field
College = LSU
Title = Head Coach
CurrentRecord =
OverallRecord = 83-39-6
Awards =
Championships = SEC - 1935 SEC - 1936
CFbDWID = 1657
Player =
Years =
Team =
Position =
Coach = Trigger
CoachYears = 1935-1947 1928-1934 1925-1927
CoachTeams = LSU (head) LSU (asst.) Mercer (head)
FootballHOF = 1952

Bernie Moore was a legendary sports figure during his long tenure as head coach of both football and track & field at LSU.

Moore was the son of a Baptist minister, which seemed to influence his sports philosophy. As his College Football Hall of Fame bio states. he was "a man of morals and mayhem." [ [http://www.collegefootball.org/famersearch.php?id=40021 College Football Hall of Fame bio] ] While demanding a high level of sportsmanship from his players, he also called for a hard-nosed, physical style of play from them at all times.

In addition to 2 SEC titles in football, his track & field teams won 12 SEC titles and the national championship in 1933. LSU's Bernie Moore Track Stadium is named in his honour.

After ending his tenure at LSU (the longest of any coach at the school to that point). Moore became SEC Commissioner in 1947. He was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 1966. His last residence was the Henderson Clark-Moore House [http://www.winchester-tn.com/save_historic_home.htm] in Winchester, Tennessee.

Notes

Persondata
NAME=Moore, Bernie
ALTERNATIVE NAMES=
SHORT DESCRIPTION=Hall of Fame football coach
DATE OF BIRTH=1895-04-30
PLACE OF BIRTH=Jonesboro, TN
DATE OF DEATH=1967-11-06
PLACE OF DEATH=Winchester, TN


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