|Born:||February 29, 1936|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (178 cm)|
|Weight||193 lb (88 kg)|
|NFL draft||1958 / Round: 8 / Pick: 94|
|Drafted by||New York Giants|
|1981||Ottawa Rough Riders (Defensive Line)|
|1982–1984||Ottawa Rough Riders (Defensive Coordinator)|
|1985–1989||Ottawa Rough Riders (Defensive Secondary Coach)|
|1990–1994||Edmonton Eskimos (Defensive Coordinator)|
|1990–1994||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (Defensive Coordinator|
|1994–1997||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (Head coach)|
|1998–2002||Hamilton Tiger-Cats ((Defensive Coordinator)|
|1958||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL)|
|1959||New York Giants|
|1960–1966||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL)|
|1967–1969||Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL)|
|1970||Toronto Argonauts (CFL)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|CFL All-Star||1962, 1964, 1969|
|CFL East All-Star||1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969|
Donald Paul "Suds" Sutherin(born February 29, 1936 in Empire, Ohio) is a former Canadian Football League (CFL) and National Football League (NFL) defensive back and placekicker. He is a member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame (1992).
Sutherin played college football at Ohio State, and kicked the game-winning field goal in the 1958 Rose Bowl, giving Ohio State its third national championship. He was drafted by the New York Giants in the eighth round of the 1959 NFL Draft and played in the NFL from 1959-1960 for the Giants and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He started his playing career with Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1958. After playing in the NFL, he returned to Hamilton in 1960, where he would play seven more seasons. He played for the Ottawa Rough Riders from 1967–1969 and the Toronto Argonauts in 1970. He spent a total of 12 years as a player in the CFL and played in eight Grey Cups, winning four.
While with the Tiger-Cats, he was noted for being both a defensive back as well as a placekicker and he led the CFL in points several years.
Sutherin was honoured on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Wall of Fame at Ivor Wynne Stadium on October 24, 2008.
After his playing career, Don Sutherin was an assistant coach with the Edmonton Eskimos from 1985 to 1990 and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats from 1990 to 1994. He was promoted to head coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1994 and remained in that role until 1997.
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|HAM||1994||3||9||0||.250||5th in East Division||-||-||Failed to Qualify|
|HAM||1995||8||10||0||.444||4th in North Division||0||1||Lost in North Semi-Final|
|HAM||1996||8||10||0||.444||3rd in East Division||0||1||Lost in East Semi-Final|
|HAM||1997||1||5||0||.167||4th in East Division||-||-||Fired mid-season|
|0||2||0 Grey Cups|
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