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Harry Gamage

Harry Gamage spent more than 30 years as a college football coach between 1924 and 1955, spending most of that time as the head coach at the University of South Dakota. He took his first head coaching job at the University of Kentucky in 1927, where he spent the next seven seasons. Gamage posted four straight winning seasons from 1928-1931 including a 6-1-1 season in 1929, his best season with the Wildcats. His teams never finished better than sixth in the Southern Conference, and he left UK for South Dakota following the 1933 season. Gamage was 32-25-5 as coach of the Wildcats, and retired from coaching in 1955 with 114 career victories. He passed away in 1994 at the age of 94.

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