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Byron E. Morgan was an American football player and coach in the United Statesmarker and accumulated a lifetime record of 101 wins, 93 losses, and 8 ties.

Coaching history

Geneva College

Morgan was the 22nd head college football coach for the Geneva College Golden Tornadoesmarker located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvaniamarker and he held that position for missing seasons, from 1953 until 1962. His coaching record at Geneva was 46 wins, 35 losses, and 6 ties. As of completion of the 2007 season, this ranks him third at Geneva in total wins and 12th at Geneva in winning percentage (0.563).

Findlay College

After coaching at Geneva, Morgan moved to Findlay College (now called University of Findlay) in Findlay, Ohiomarker to coach there. He was head coach at Findlay from 1963 until the completion of the 1974 season and accumulated a record of 55 wins, 58 losses, and 2 ties with appearances in the 1964 NAIA Playoffs and a victory in the 1967 Shrine Bowl. While at Findlay, he coached future NFL players Odell Barry, Tony King, and Allen Smith.

Political life

After retirement from college football, Morgan remained at Findlay as an instructor and also entered local politics to serve as a city council for Findlay.

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