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Allyn McKeen

Allyn McKeen spent nine seasons coaching the Mississippi State football team from 1939-1948 (there was no 1943 season), posting eight winning seasons in that time. McKeen led the Bulldogs to the 1941 SEC championship with an 8-1-1 season, and he was named the SEC Coach of the Year as a result. He led MSU to just one bowl game, winning the 1940 Orange Bowl to conclude an undefeated 10-0-1 season. McKeen’s Bulldogs finished in the final Associated Press rankings for three consecutive seasons from 1940-1942. He retired from coaching following a 4-4-1 season in 1948, his only non-winning season at MSU. McKeen left Starkville with a combined 65-19-3 record and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1991. He passed away in 1978 at the age of 73.

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