Mark McMahon (American football)

Mark McMahon
Sport(s) Football
Playing career
1898–1901 Texas
Position(s) Tackle
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1902–1903 Oklahoma
Head coaching record
Overall 11–7–3
Statistics
College Football Data Warehouse

Mark McMahon was the University of Oklahoma's fourth football coach. He coached the Sooners during the 1902 and 1903 seasons leading the team to a combined record of eleven wins, seven losses and three ties. McMahon played for the Texas Longhorns during college. He took the coaching job to help pay off student loans he had incurred as a law student at Texas. McMahon is credited for introducing the first tackling dummy at Oklahoma. He also preferred long, hard schedules and because of that, the 1903 team played 10 of 12 games on the road. After repaying his law school debts, McMahon moved to Durant, Oklahoma in the winter of 1903 to practice law.

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Oklahoma Sooners (Independent) (1902–1903)
1902 Oklahoma 6–3
1903 Oklahoma 5–4–3
Oklahoma: 11–7–3
Total: 11–7–3

References

  • "OU Football Tradition: Head Coaches". SoonerSports.com. 2009-09-19. Retrieved 2009-10-12. 

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