|Date of birth:||c. 1923|
|Place of birth:||Chicago, Illinois|
|Date of death:||April 13, 2000|
|Place of death:||Winter Garden, Florida|
|NFL Draft:||1944 / Round: 12 / Pick: 119|
|Drafted by:||Cleveland Rams|
Patrick J. Filley (c. 1923 - April 13, 2000) was an American football guard, coach and university administrator. He was a native of South Bend, Indiana, who played college football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. He was also a state champion wrestler at Central High School in South Bend. In his four years as a football player at Notre Dame, the Irish lost only five games. Filley was twice selected capatin of the Notre Dame football team, including the 1943 national championship team. He was a consensus All-American at the guard position in 1943.
After World War II, Filley served for 29 years as a coach and administrator at Cornell University from 1945–1984, He was first hired as the freshman team football coach. In 1955, he became an administrator, having responsibility over the years as assistant to the athletic director, ticket manager, athletic business manager, associate director of athletics in charge of operations, and associate athletic director in charge of scheduling. He was inducted into the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988.
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