Albert A. "Al" Exendine (January 7, 1884 - January 4, 1973) was a football head coach at Otterbein College, Georgetown, Washington State, and Oklahoma State. From 1914 to 1922, he coached at Georgetown, and compiled a 55-21-3 record there. This included a 9-1 season in 1916, as well as an 8-1 season in 1921. From 1923 to 1925, he coached at Washington State, and compiled a 6-13-4 record there. From 1934 to 1935, he coached at Oklahoma State, where he compiled a 7-12-1 record.
John Leo Hagerty (July 3, 1903 – March 1982) was an American football player and coach. He played running back and quarterback for the New York Giants from 1926 to 1932 before returning to his alma mater of Georgetown University to serve as head coach. Hagerty led the Hoyas to back-to-back undefeated seasons in 1938 and 1939, as well as the school's first bowl game appearance, at the 1940 Orange Bowl, which Georgetown lost to Mississippi State University 14-7. He was born in Boston, MA.
Edward Scott "Scotty" Glacken (July 28, 1944 – December 27, 2006) was an American football quarterback and coach. He played his college football at Duke University. In 1963, Glacken threw for a school-record twelve touchdown passes. Glacken finished his Duke career with 3,170 yards and 24 touchdowns, helping the Blue Devils to a 15-13-2 record during his final three years as a player.
Henry Robert Margarita (born November 3, 1920 in Boston, MA - died July 28, 2008) was an American football running back and coach. He was a two-time honorable mention All-American at Brown University, once rushing for 233 yards against Columbia University, the fourth-highest single-game rushing total in school history. Margarita played for the Chicago Bears from 1944 to 1946, leading the team in rushing in 1945.
Alfred E. Bull (c. 1867 – January 20, 1930) was an All-American football player, rower, and college football coach. Bull played college football at the University of Pennsylvania, from which he graduated with a degree in dentistry. He played football for Penn and was named to the All-American team in 1895. During a game between Penn and the Carlisle Indian School, Bull faced off against All-American and early professional footballer Bemus Pierce.
Maurice "Mush" Dubofsky (1909-1970) was an American football player and coach. Dubofsky was an offensive lineman at Georgetown University from 1929-1931, earning honorable mention All-American honors in 1930. After graduating, he played five games for the New York Giants in 1932. Following this brief professional career, he returned to Georgetown as an assistant coach until the program was disbanded in 1951.
Herbert M. "Herb" Kopf was a American football coach who was head coach of Manhattan College from 1938-1942 and the Boston Yanks from 1944-1946. A star baseball player at New Britain High School in New Britain, Connecticut, Kopf switched to football when Washington & Jefferson College dropped its baseball program before his freshman season.