George Seifert (born January 22, 1940, in San Francisco, California) is a former NFL head coach of the San Francisco 49ers and the Carolina Panthers. Seifert joined the 49ers' coaching staff under Bill Walsh in 1980 as defensive backs coach and served as the team's defensive coordinator from 1983–88.
Robert Michael "Mike" Bellotti (born December 21, 1950 in Sacramento, California) is a former American football coach who is now the athletic director of the University of Oregon. A native of California, he coached college football primarily in that state until he was hired as offensive coordinator by Oregon in 1989. From 1995 to March 2009, he was the head coach of the Oregon Ducks' football team.
Jeff Tedford (born November 2, 1961 in Lynwood, California) is an American football coach and the current head coach of the California Golden Bears football team, a position he has held since 2002. As a first-time head coach, Tedford has won wide acclaim for revitalizing the Cal football program.
Rich Brooks (born August 20, 1941 in Forest, California) is an American football coach and the former head football coach at the University of Kentucky. Before coaching at Kentucky, Brooks spent two years as The St. Louis Rams head coach and 18 seasons as head coach at the University of Oregon, winning the Paul "Bear" Bryant Award for national coach of the year after leading Oregon to the 1995 Rose Bowl.
Dr. Clarence Wiley Spears (July 24, 1894 in DeWitt, Arkansas – February 1, 1964 in Jupiter, Florida) was an All-American football player for Dartmouth College (1914-1915) and football coach at Dartmouth, the University of Maryland, College Park, University of Minnesota, University of Oregon, University of Toledo, West Virginia University, and University of Wisconsin. Spears attended Dartmouth College, where he was an All-American guard in 1914 and 1915.
Gary Crowton (born June 14, 1957 in Orem, Utah) is an American football coach. He is currently the offensive coordinator at Louisiana State University. Previously, Crowton served as offensive coordinator at the University of Oregon, head coach at Brigham Young University, offensive coordinator for the NFL's Chicago Bears, and head coach at Louisiana Tech.
Charlie Tutan Waters (born September 10, 1948 in Miami, Florida) is a former American football safety for the Dallas Cowboys from 1970-1981 in the National Football League. He spent one season (2006) as a radio broadcaster for the Dallas Cowboys radio network.
Frank W. Simpson was a college football coach at California, and Oregon. From 1898 to 1899, he guided the Oregon Ducks to a 6-3-1 record. His career record stands at 15-3-2. During his last season at California, he guided the Golden Bears to a 9-0-1 record.
Not to be confused with Don Reid. Don Read was a college football coach at University of Oregon, Oregon Institute of Technology, Portland State University, and University of Montana. From 1968 to 1971 and from 1981 to 1985, he led the Portland State Vikings to a 39-52-1 record. From 1974 to 1976, he guided the Oregon Ducks to a 9-24 record; 3-18 in conference. His best success came at Montana, where he went 85-36, including three 11 win seasons.
John Marshall (born October 2, 1945) is an American football coach for the Oakland Raiders. He currently serves as a defensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders. Marshall, a coaching veteran of over 40 years, is mostly associated with coaching linebackers. He earned 2 Super Bowl rings during his time with the San Francisco 49ers, where he was an assistant. Marshall coached linebackers for the Detroit Lions in 2002, where he was on the staff of Steve Mariucci.
Jim Aiken (born 1900) was a college football head coach who coached at Akron, Oregon, and Nevada. From 1936 to 1938, at Akron, his teams posted a 20-7-1 record, which is the best mark in school history. From 1939 to 1946, at Nevada, he posted a 38-26-3 record. At Oregon he compiled a 21-20 record.
Gerald A. Tex Oliver (November 21, 1899 – April 10, 1988) was a college football coach who coached at the University of Arizona, and the University of Oregon. From 1933 to 1937, he coached the Arizona Wildcats to a 32-11-4 record. During that stretch, he never had a losing season. From 1938 to 1946, he coached Oregon to a 23-28-3 record.
John James "Cap" McEwan (February 18, 1893 - August 9, 1970) was a football head coach of the Army Black Knights, the Oregon Ducks and the Holy Cross Crusaders. He also coached at the professional level for the Brooklyn Dodgers of the National Football League. From 1923 to 1925 McEwan led Army to an 18-5-3 record. All three of his seasons there were winning seasons. From 1926 to 1929 he took over as the head football coach at Oregon.
Joseph H. Maddock (July 11, 1877 – November 11, 1943) was a college football player and coach. He was an All-Western tackle for the University of Michigan's "Point-a-Minute" football teams from 1902–1903. He also set a Western Conference record in the hammer throw. He later served as a head football coach at the University of Utah, where he compiled a record of 36–9–1 between 1904 and 1909.
Fred von Appen (born March 22, 1942, Eugene, Oregon) is a retired American football coach. Von Appen is known for his head coaching stint with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa from 1996-1998 and for serving as an assistant coach on a number of NFL and college coaching staffs. Von Appen began his coaching career in 1964 at his at his alma mater, Linfield College in Oregon. He earned a master’s degree in secondary education at Linfield in 1965.
Gerald L. Frei (June 3, 1924 in Wisconsin – February 16, 2001 in Denver, Colorado) was a long-time college and National Football League (NFL) coach and administrator, most notably serving five years as the head coach at the University of Oregon -- when the Ducks had, among others, Dan Fouts and Ahmad Rashad -- and spending most of his time in professional football with the Denver Broncos.
Lucas J. Butkus (born June 26, 1979 in Steger, Illinois) is an American football coach and former center, currently serving as quality control/offensive line coach for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League.
Ron Stratten (b. 1943 in San Francisco, California) was the head coach for the Portland State Vikings college football team from 1972 to 1974. He compiled an overall record of 9-24 in three seasons. Stratten was one of the first African American head football coaches at a university with a majority white enrollment. Stratten resigned after three seasons due to the team's poor performance. He was succeeded by Mouse Davis, the offensive coordinator he had hired a year earlier.
Alan Borges (born October 8, 1955 in Salinas, California) is an American college football coach and the offensive coordinator of the San Diego State University football team. Borges is known for quarterback development having mentored Cade McNown and Jason Campbell, both first round NFL draft picks. Borges has been described as "one of the best offensive coordinators I've ever seen," by former Auburn head coach Pat Dye.
William J. "Bill" Warner (born January 24, 1881) was an American football player and coach. Warner graduated from Cornell University in 1903 and was a member of the Sphinx Head Society. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1971. Following his playing career at Cornell University, Warner was the head football coach at Cornell University, the University of North Carolina, Colgate University, St. Louis University, and the University of Oregon.
Richard Stubler (born August 4, 1949) is the former head coach of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado, Stubler began his coaching career in 1971 at Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale, Colorado. After winning 30 games and a state championship in three seasons, he moved on in 1974 to be the freshmen coach for the University of Colorado at Boulder team.