Larry Haylor

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Larry Haylor
Born:1946
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Career information
College University of Saskatchewan
Career history
As coach
1971–1973 Saskatchewan Huskies (HC)
1984–2006 Western Ontario Mustangs (HC)
Career stats

Larry Haylor (born 1946) is a Canadian retired football coach. He coached the Western Ontario Mustangs from 1984 to 2006. He was CIS football's winningest head coach until he was surpassed in 2011 by Brian Towriss, and he retired with a career record of 178-43-4 as head coach. Haylor was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2014. [1] [2] He also was named coach of the year in 1990 and 1998, and won the Vanier Cup championship in 1989 and 1994. [3] Haylor was born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and attended the University of Saskatchewan where he played on the football team. He was also an assistant coach there from 1971 to 1973. [4] His son, Jordan Haylor, is an accomplished teacher who has been teaching at Parkside Collegiate Institute for 3 years. [5]

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References

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