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|Artist||The Gazette Company|
|Credit||Ebay page. Front. Back.|
|Desc||Bud Grant in 1968|
American former football player and head coach
Bud Grant is ...
|Born||20 May 1927 in Superior|
|Died||11 March 2023 in Bloomington|
|Age||95 years, 10 months|
|Sex or gender||male|
|Country of citizenship||United States of America|
|Birth name||Harry Peter Grant, Jr.|
|Occupation||basketball player, baseball player, coach, Canadian football player and American football player|
|Country for sport||United States of America|
|Awards||Pro Football Hall of Fame and Canadian Football Hall of Fame|
|Sport||basketball, American football and Canadian football|
|Member of sports team||Philadelphia Eagles, Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Los Angeles Lakers, Minnesota Golden Gophers men's basketball, Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball and Minnesota Golden Gophers football|
|Educated at||University of Minnesota|
About Bud Grant
Bud Grant: The Iron Man of Football
Bud Grant, born on May 20, 1927, in Superior, Wisconsin, is a legendary figure in American football. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers before becoming the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. Grant's career spanned over four decades, and he is widely regarded as one of the greatest coaches in NFL history.
Grant's football journey began at the University of Minnesota, where he played both football and basketball. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1950 but was traded to the Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League (CFL) in 1953. Grant played for the Blue Bombers for ten seasons, winning four Grey Cups and earning the nickname "The Iron Man" for his durability and toughness.
After retiring as a player, Grant became the head coach of the Blue Bombers in 1957. He led the team to six Grey Cup championships in ten seasons, establishing himself as one of the most successful coaches in CFL history. In 1967, Grant was hired as the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, where he would spend the next 18 seasons.
Under Grant's leadership, the Vikings became one of the most dominant teams in the NFL. They won 11 division titles, appeared in four Super Bowls, and had a winning record in 16 of Grant's 18 seasons as head coach. Grant's coaching style was characterized by his emphasis on defense and his ability to motivate his players. He was known for his stoic demeanor on the sidelines and his unwavering commitment to winning.
Grant retired from coaching in 1985 but remained involved in football as a consultant and commentator. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1983. Grant's legacy as a player and coach has had a lasting impact on the sport of football, and he remains a beloved figure among fans and players alike.
"Bud Grant." Pro Football Hall of Fame. https://www.profootballhof.com/players/bud-grant/
"Bud Grant." Canadian Football Hall of Fame. https://www.cfhof.ca/members/bud-grant/
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