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Harry Stiteler

Harry Stiteler was a longtime high school football coach in the state of Texas, joining the college ranks as an assistant coach at Rice University in 1946. He served as an assistant at Texas A&M in 1947 and took over as head coach of the Aggies from 1948-1950, building the program from the ground-up. Stiteler failed to win a game in 1948, finishing the season with an 0-9-1 record, but he helped A&M improve to 1-8-1 in 1949. He had his best season as a college coach in 1950, leading the Aggies to a 7-4 record and a win over Georgia in the Presidential Cup Bowl. Stiteler did not return for the 1951 season due to an off-the-field incident, resigning from the position with a career 8-21-2 record as a head coach. He passed away in 1994 at the age of 84.

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