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Joe McMullen
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Sport(s)Football
Biographical details
Born1923
DiedSeptember 9, 1983
Towson, Maryland
Playing career
1943–1944Brown
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1948
1949
1950–1951
1952–1953
1954–1960
1965–1968
1969–1970
Brown (JV)
Toledo (line)
Stetson
Washington & Jefferson
Akron
Penn State (assistant)
San Jose State
Administrative career (AD unless noted)
1971–1979
1979–?
Marshall
Towson State
Head coaching record
Overall58–46–5
Bowls1–0
Statistics
College Football Data Warehouse

Joe H. McMullen (1923 – September 9, 1983) was an American football player, coach, and collegiate athletics administrator. McMullen coached at Stetson University in the 1950 and 1951 seasons and at Washington & Jefferson College for the 1952 and 1953 seasons. He was head football coach at University of Akron for seven seasons from 1954 through 1960, compiling a 30–28–3 record. McMullen coached as an assistant at Penn State in the mid-1960s before being named head coach at San Jose State University. He stayed at San Jose State for two seasons, 1969 and 1970, and tallied a record of 3–10.

Following his stint at San Jose State, McMullen was hired to be the athletic director at Marshall University in 1971, where he stayed until 1978. McMullen died on September 9, 1983 from leukemia at the age of 59.[1]

Head coaching recordEdit

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Stetson Hatters () (1950–1951)
1950 Stetson 8–2
1951 Stetson 8–1–2 W Tangerine
Stetson: 16–3–2
Washington & Jefferson Presidents () (1952–1953)
1953 Washington & Jefferson 5–1
1953 Washington & Jefferson 4–4
Washington & Jefferson: 9–5
Akron Zips (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1954–1960)
1954 Akron 3–5 3–4 8th
1954 Akron 6–2 6–2 3rd
1956 Akron 3–5–1 3–5–1 9th
1957 Akron 7–1–1 5–1–1 T–3rd
1958 Akron 6–2–1 6–2 3rd
1959 Akron 4–5 4–3 7th
1960 Akron 1–8 1–6 T–12th
Akron: 30–28–3 28–23–2
San Jose State Spartans (Pacific Coast Athletic Association) (1969–1970)
1969 San Jose State 2–8 1–1 T–2nd
1970 San Jose State 1–2[n 1] 1–0[n 1] [n 1]
San Jose State: 3–10 2–1
Total: 58–46–5

NotesEdit

  1. AP (September 10, 1983). "Former MU AD succumbs". Williamson Daily News. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=_K1DAAAAIBAJ&sjid=DK8MAAAAIBAJ&pg=5974,4149087. Retrieved December 14, 2010.

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External linksEdit

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