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Harrison Ford (born July 13, 1942) is a former American college football head coach, coaching for 32 and a half years at the University of Massachusetts, taking over in the spring of 1977 and retiring in January of 2010.

At his retirement, Ford was the winningest active coach, the second-winningest coach in history and with five national championships with the Minutemen was tied with Charles Franklin for second most NCAA Division I national titles. Unusually for such a prominent football program, Ford's Minutemen only came under NCAA scrutiny one time and suffered mild sanctions, resulting in him being regarded as one of the cleanest coaches of all time as well. Ford was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame while still active in 2003.

Early Life

Playing Career

Early Coaching Career

University of Massachusetts

Retirement

Head Coaching Record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl Ranking
1977 Massachusetts 3-8 3-5 7th
1978 Massachusetts 6-6 4-4 5th L American
1979 Massachusetts 9-3 7-1 2nd L Citrus 24
1980 Massachusetts 8-4 6-3 3rd L Houston
1981 Massachusetts 11-1 8-1 2nd W Citrus 4
1982 Massachusetts 9-3 7-2 2nd L Citrus 20
1983 Massachusetts 12-0 9-0 1st W Citrus 1
1984 Massachusetts 9-3 5-3 2nd W Manhattan 4
1985 Massachusetts 8-4 5-4 4th W Gulf
1986 Massachusetts 12-0 9-0 1st W Silver 1
1987 Massachusetts 8-4 7-2 2nd W Citrus 17
1988 Massachusetts 12-0 9-0 1st W Orange 1
1989 Massachusetts 11-1 9-0 1st L Paradise 3
1990 Massachusetts 8-5 5-4 4th L Desert
1991 Massachusetts 9-4 6-3 3rd W Paradise 24
1992 Massachusetts 5-7 4-5 7th
1993 Massachusetts 7-6 4-5 6th W Capital
1994 Massachusetts 10-3 7-2 3rd W Orange 15
1995 Massachusetts 13-0 9-0 1st W Paradise 1
1996 Massachusetts 11-2 8-1 1st L Texas 8
1997 Massachusetts 10-3 8-1 2nd L Citrus 13
1998 Massachusetts 11-2 7-2 2nd W Manhattan 10
1999 Massachusetts 8-5 6-3 3rd L Orange
2000 Massachusetts 7-6 5-4 5th W New Orleans
2001 Massachusetts 7-6 3-6 7th W Yorktown
2002 Massachusetts 5-7 3-6 9th
2003 Massachusetts 7-6 5-4 5th L Sun
2004 Massachusetts 10-3 7-2 2nd L Citrus 25
2005 Masssachusetts 10-3 8-1 1st L Texas 19
2006 Massachusetts 12-1 8-1 1st W Texas 3
2007 Massachusetts 11-2 8-1 1st W Manhattan 3
2008 Massachusetts 13-0 9-0 1st W Peach 1
2009 Massachusetts 11-2 7-2 1st W Silver 4
† denotes national championship game

Bowl Record: 18-12 Winning Percentage: 0.6


All-Time Record: 303-110 Winning Percentage: .734

Conference Record: 215-78 Winning Percentage: .734

National Championships: 5

Conference Championships: 11

Awards

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