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     <h1>John Madden </h1>
     <h6>American football coach and broadcaster for the NFL</h4>
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<img src="" class="img-thumbnail" alt="John Madden Super Bowl XI" style="width:600px;height:500px;">
    <p><font size="1">John Madden at Super Bowl XI. CBS News</font></P>
<p>"The road to Easy Street goes through the sewer."</br>John Madden</p>
<p>John Madden was born April 10th, 1936 in Austin, Minnesota. Later moved to Daly City, CA, where</br> he graduated from Jefferson High School. With the encouragement of his father (Earl Madden) he</br> took up football. Excelling at football at Jefferson he eventually earned a scholarship to the</br> University of Oregon. Then the Philadelphia Eagles drafted him in 1958. His short pro career</br> ended one year later, because of a knee injury at training camp. Knowing that he would never play</br> football again he went back to school to earn his masters in education. A few years later he started</br> coaching college football at a number of schools. In 1967 Al Davis took John on to be the</br>linebacker coach for the Oakland Raiders, and later at age 33, becoming the youngest head coach</br>in AFL history. He stayed with Raiders for 11 years, with a list of accomplishments as well</br>as winning Super Bowl XI against the Minnesota Vikings. In 1979 he retired as head coach. </p>
<p><b>Here is a list of some of his many accomplishments:</b></P>
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    <li>Winner of Super Bowl XI as head coach</li>
    <li>A 103-32-7 NFL win-loss record</li>
    <li>Class of 2006 pro football hall of fame</li>
    <li>Class of 1991 Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame</li>
    <li>Class of 2009 California Hall of Fame</li>
    <li>A 16 time Emmy Award winner</li>
<p><a href = "" target = "_blank">For more info on John Madden</a></p>



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