Brown, Paul

Brown, Paul (E.)

(1908–91) football coach; born in Norwalk, Ohio. He achieved success at all coaching levels. His Massillon High School teams (1932–40) won state championships, his 1942 Ohio State University team was voted the national crown, and his professional Cleveland Browns (1946–62) won seven league titles. In 1968, he founded the Cincinnati Bengals. Extremely innovative, he brought classroom techniques to coaching, including detailed playbooks, film study, and intelligence tests.
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