Lewie Hardage


Lewie Hardage

Lewie R. Hardage was a football player at Vanderbilt University and the head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners football team from 1932 to 1934.

Hardage was a two-year letterman on Vanderbilt Commodores football team (1911, 1912). In his senior year in 1912, Hardage was the captain of the team.

After graduating from Vanderbilt, Hardage took several coaching jobs. He was head coach at The McCallie School, boys’ college-preparatory school in Chattanooga, Tennessee, from 1915 to 1917, where he had a coaching record of 11-4-3. In 1932, Hardage was hired as the head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners, where he never produced a winning season. Hardage left Oklahoma after the 1934 season with an 11-12-4 record and became a backfield coach at Florida.

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* [http://www.vanderbilt.edu/commodores/football/pressbox/releases/030609.htm 114 Years of Vanderbilt Football team captains]
* [http://www.mccallie.org/athletics/football/History/otherfactsandfigures.htm Other McCallie Football Facts & Figures]
* [http://www.mccallie.org/athletics/football/History/mccalliefootballcoachhistory.htm McCallie Varsity Football Coaching History]
* [http://www.soonerstats.com/football/coaches/ou/details.cfm?OUCoachID=9 Coaching Record at Oklahoma]
* [http://www.soonerstats.com/football/games/recap.cfm?GameID=350 1938 Football Season-Orange Bowl]


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