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Frank Carideo

Voted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player, Frank Carideo didn’t fare so well as a coach at Missouri.

The former Notre Dame quarterback arrived in Columbia two years out of college, having spent a season as an assistant coach at Purdue, and assumed control of the football team in 1932. The Tigers went just 1-7-1 that season, which would turn out to be the best mark of Carideo’s college football coaching career.

Missouri went a combined 1-16-1 in his next two seasons, preparing the way for Tigers legend Don Faurot to take over in 1935.

Carideo spent several more seasons as an assistant football coach before coaching Mississippi State’s basketball team for five seasons.

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