Thornton Smallwood

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Thomton Smallwood
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1902 Eastern Illinois
Head coaching record
Overall2–4

Thomton Smallwood was an American football coach. He was the second head football coach at Eastern Illinois State Normal School—now known as Eastern Illinois University—in Charleston, Illinois, serving for one season, in 1902, and compiling a record of 2–4. [1]

Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
Eastern Illinois Panthers (Independent)(1902)
1902 Eastern Illinois2–4
Eastern Illinois:2–4
Total:2–4

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