|Born||August 20, 1933|
|Died||November 5, 2019 86)(aged|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1960–1961||North Eugene HS (OR) (assistant)|
|1962||Oregon City HS (OR)|
|1963||Sheldon HS (OR)|
|1965||Puget Sound (assistant)|
|1966–?||San Jose State (line)|
|1974–1975||Washington State (assistant)|
|1976||BC Lions (DL)|
|1977–1978||Long Beach State (OC)|
|1979–1985||Cal State Northridge|
|1986||Weber State (LB)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|1 CCAA (1981)|
1 WFC (1983)
Jack Thomas Keele (August 20, 1933 – November 5, 2019)was an American football coach. He served as the head football coach at California State University, Northridge from 1979 to 1985, compiling a record of 31–42–1. Keele graduated from Jefferson High School in Portland Oregon in 1951. He attended the University of Oregon, where he played football for the Oregon Webfoots as a tackle from 1957 to 1959. Keele began his coaching career in 1960 at North Eugene High School in Eugene, Oregon, working two years as an assistant football coach and sophomore basketball coach. He moved to Oregon City High School in Oregon City, Oregon in 1962, serving as head football coach and leading his team to a 9–1–1 record. The following year, he was hired as head football coach at the newly-formed Sheldon High School in Eugene.
|Cal State Northridge Matadors (California Collegiate Athletic Association)(1979–1981)|
|1979||Cal State Northridge||3–7||1–1||2nd|
|1980||Cal State Northridge||5–6||1–1||2nd|
|1981||Cal State Northridge||6–4–1||2–0||1st|
|Cal State Northridge Matadors (Western Football Conference)(1982–1985)|
|1982||Cal State Northridge||4–7||2–2||3rd|
|1983||Cal State Northridge||6–4||2–1||T–1st|
|1984||Cal State Northridge||3–7||0–3||4th|
|1985||Cal State Northridge||4–7||1–4||T–5th|
|Cal State Northridge:||31–42–1||9–12|
|National championship Conference title Conference division title or championship game berth|
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