Chan Caldwell

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Chan Caldwell
Born:(1920-01-06)January 6, 1920
Knoxville, Tennessee
Died:June 14, 2000(2000-06-14) (aged 80)
Career information
Position(s) WR
College Tennessee
Career history
As coach
1955 Ottawa Rough Riders

Charles Andrew Caldwell (January 6, 1920 - June 14, 2000) was a Canadian football coach for one season, with the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1955.

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Early life and education

Chan Caldwell was born on January 6, 1920, in Knoxville, Tennessee. Caldwell played college football at Tennessee. He played two seasons of college football. In 1946, he had 4 catches for 37 yards. [1] In 1947 he had four catches for 48 yards. [1]

Coaching career

Ottawa Rough Riders

In 1955, he was the head coach of the Ottawa Rough Riders. [2] He had a record of 3–9. [3]

Death

Caldwell died on June 14, 2000 at the age of 80.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Chan Caldwell College Stats". College Football at Sports-Reference.com.
  2. "Chan Caldwell Coaching Record - Pro Football Archives". www.profootballarchives.com.
  3. "Chan Caldwell Coaching Records on JustSportsStats.com". www.justsportsstats.com.