Coaches: Slipping in Slush

The college coaching profession is not noted as a haven of security, but if anybody seemed safe in his job it was Pete Elliott, the University of Illinois' football coach since 1960. Blond, still boyish at 41, a graduate of the University of Michigan where he was the only twelve-letter man in the school's history, Elliott survived his share of losing seasons, took his team to the Rose Bowl in 1964, was so highly thought of as an administrator that both Illinois and Northwestern offered him the post of athletic director.

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