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George Sefcik

George Sefcik
Place of birth: Cleveland, Ohio
Career information
College: Notre Dame
Organizations
As coach:
1964–1968

1969–1972

1973–1974

1975–1977

1978–1983

1984

1985

1986–1987

1988

1989-1990

1991

1992-1996

1997–2001
University of Notre Dame
(Wide Receivers)
University of Kentucky
(Offensive Coordinator)
Baltimore Colts
(Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
Cleveland Browns
(Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
Cincinnati Bengals
(Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
Green Bay Packers
(Running Backs)
Green Bay Packers
(Quarterbacks/Running Backs)
Green Bay Packers
(Quarterbacks)
Kansas City Chiefs
(Offensive Coordinator)
Cleveland Browns
(Running Backs)
New York Giants
(Wide Receivers)
New York Giants
(Running Backs)
Atlanta Falcons
(Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs)

George Sefcik is a former American football coach. He was the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs in 1988, and the Atlanta Falcons from 1997 through 2001. He coached in 2 Super Bowls - XXXIII with the Atlanta Falcons[1] and XVI with the Cincinnati Bengals. He has a total of 29 years coaching experience in the National Football League as an assistant coach and offensive coordinator. Sefcik was also a college football coach and offensive coordinator for 9 years. He played football and baseball (3 year lettermen) for the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana from 1959 through 1962. Sefcik played football and baseball (3 year lettermen) for Benedictine High School in Cleveland, Ohio from 1955 through 1958. He was a member of the 1957 Benedictine football team state champions and played/started at 4 positions - left halfback (offense), safety (defense), kicker and punter (special teams).

References

  1. ^ McGinn, Bob (2012). The Ultimate Super Bowl Book: A Complete Reference to the Stats, Stars, and Stories Behind Football's Biggest Game--and Why the Best Team Won - Second Edition. MVP Books. p. 257.  

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Preceded by
Homer Smith
Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Coordinators
1988
Succeeded by
Joe Pendry
Preceded by
Ed Beckman
Kansas City Chiefs Special Teams Coach
1988
Succeeded by
Kurt Schottenheimer
Preceded by
Mouse Davis
Atlanta Falcons Offensive Coordinators
1997–2001
Succeeded by
Pete Mangurian
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