Joe Salem (American football)

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Joe Salem
Biographical details
Born (1938-05-01) May 1, 1938 (age 82)
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Playing career
1958–1960 Minnesota
Position(s) Quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1961–1965 Minnesota (assistant)
1966–1974 South Dakota
1975–1978 Northern Arizona
1979–1983 Minnesota
2006–2009 Augustana (SD) (QB)
Head coaching record
Overall96–91–3
Tournaments0–2 (NCAA D-II playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
3 NCC (1972–1974)
1 Big Sky (1978)

Joseph N. "Smokey Joe" Salem (born May 1, 1938) [1] is former American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at the University of South Dakota (1966–1974), Northern Arizona University (1975–1978), and the University of Minnesota (1979–1983), compiling a career college football record of 96–91–3. Salem was most recently the quarterbacks coach at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a position he held from 2006 to 2009. [2]

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Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
South Dakota Coyotes (North Central Conference)(1966–1974)
1966 South Dakota5–52–4T–4th
1967 South Dakota2–80–67th
1968 South Dakota9–15–12nd
1969 South Dakota3–72–4T–5th
1970 South Dakota4–4–23–2–13rd
1971 South Dakota3–73–3T–4th
1972 South Dakota9–16–1T–1st
1973 South Dakota8–36–1T–1stL NCAA Division II Quarterfinal
1974 South Dakota8–35–2T–1st
South Dakota:51–39–232–24–1
Northern Arizona Lumberjacks (Big Sky Conference)(1975–1978)
1975 Northern Arizona1–90–67th
1976 Northern Arizona8–34–23rd
1977 Northern Arizona9–35–12ndL NCAA Division II Quarterfinal
1978 Northern Arizona8–26–01st
Northern Arizona:26–1715–9
Minnesota Golden Gophers (Big Ten Conference)(1979–1983)
1979 Minnesota 4–6–13–5–16th
1980 Minnesota 5–64–55th
1981 Minnesota 6–54–5T–6th
1982 Minnesota 3–81–810th
1983 Minnesota 1–100–910th
Minnesota:19–35–112–32–1
Total:96–91–3
      National championship        Conference title        Conference division title or championship game berth

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References

  1. "Joe 'Smokey Joe' Salem". South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved July 14, 2010.
  2. "2009-10 Football Coaching Staff:Joe Salem". Augustana College . Retrieved July 14, 2010.