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Stampeders praise John Hufnagel as he leaves head coach job
Published: 2015/11/24
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Zack Timmons Spring Highlights 2017 (2019)
Zack Timmons Spring Highlights 2017 (2019)
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Tucker Garrity Spring Highlights 2017 (2019)
Tucker Garrity Spring Highlights 2017 (2019)
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Jack Cleary (Marquette '23) Summer '17 Lacrosse Highlights
Published: 2017/09/18
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John Hufnagel
John Hufnagel
Published: 2008/06/25
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John Hufnagel - Hearing Loss
John Hufnagel - Hearing Loss
Published: 2011/02/09
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Jack Cleary
Jack Cleary '19 - Fall Highlights '16
Published: 2016/12/22
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Get in the Game - John Hufnagel
Get in the Game - John Hufnagel
Published: 2014/06/22
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Helenka Takes a Dump
Helenka Takes a Dump
Published: 2016/09/25
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John Hufnagel driving
John Hufnagel driving
Published: 2008/05/17
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Henry Burris
Henry Burris' thoughts on John Hufnagel
Published: 2007/12/04
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How to Use Creatine
How to Use Creatine
Published: 2014/05/19
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Canela
Canela's Turn at the Stream
Published: 2017/09/15
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Return to the Stream in 2016
Return to the Stream in 2016
Published: 2016/06/08
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Preview of Oklahoma - Penn State in Sugar Bowl
Preview of Oklahoma - Penn State in Sugar Bowl
Published: 2015/07/21
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John Wood Drunk Mad Rant at Andrew Hufnagel! Up close view
John Wood Drunk Mad Rant at Andrew Hufnagel! Up close view
Published: 2014/04/04
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Warum Brief? - John Hufnagel | Einreichung zum Filmwettbewerb Brief
Warum Brief? - John Hufnagel | Einreichung zum Filmwettbewerb Brief
Published: 2016/03/22
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Calgary Stampeders on homophobia and transphobia
Calgary Stampeders on homophobia and transphobia
Published: 2012/11/23
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Hufnagel on Stamps season opener — June 26
Hufnagel on Stamps season opener — June 26
Published: 2008/06/27
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Play fight in the backyard
Play fight in the backyard
Published: 2017/03/19
Channel: John Hufnagel
Beautiful Morning on the OCA
Beautiful Morning on the OCA
Published: 2017/07/05
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A Gorgeous Day at Croton River
A Gorgeous Day at Croton River
Published: 2015/07/23
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Hufnagel putting
Hufnagel putting
Published: 2008/05/17
Channel: Al Cameron
At The Stream With Canela
At The Stream With Canela
Published: 2017/09/14
Channel: John Hufnagel
Third Innovation Live 13.5.2017
Third Innovation Live 13.5.2017
Published: 2017/05/31
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Michael Grogan Class of 2019 Summer Highlights (Duke Commit)
Michael Grogan Class of 2019 Summer Highlights (Duke Commit)
Published: 2016/08/21
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A walk in the pine forest
A walk in the pine forest
Published: 2012/07/22
Channel: John Hufnagel
Tinkerbell Explores
Tinkerbell Explores
Published: 2015/05/10
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A Cold Day At The Point
A Cold Day At The Point
Published: 2016/01/05
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Rainy Day in Paradise
Rainy Day in Paradise
Published: 2015/11/11
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Woof Tag with the Ball
Woof Tag with the Ball
Published: 2014/12/03
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Blizzard Playtime
Blizzard Playtime
Published: 2016/01/23
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Oscar joins in the fun
Oscar joins in the fun
Published: 2016/01/12
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Hope has arrived
Hope has arrived
Published: 2012/12/23
Channel: John Hufnagel
John Wood Drunk Mad Rant at Andrew Hufnagel! Haha
John Wood Drunk Mad Rant at Andrew Hufnagel! Haha
Published: 2014/04/04
Channel: Roy Benitez
Wampus Park
Wampus Park
Published: 2012/10/23
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Hope Hogs the Chuck-It Balls
Hope Hogs the Chuck-It Balls
Published: 2015/11/07
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Meeting Furry Friends
Meeting Furry Friends
Published: 2015/02/12
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Woof Fun At The Stream
Woof Fun At The Stream
Published: 2014/10/02
Channel: John Hufnagel
Tootsie and Brother Bob
Tootsie and Brother Bob
Published: 2015/12/12
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Puppy Hope falls thru thin ice
Puppy Hope falls thru thin ice
Published: 2013/01/10
Channel: John Hufnagel
Woofs at Saxon Woods Lake
Woofs at Saxon Woods Lake
Published: 2011/10/22
Channel: John Hufnagel
Baxter the Jack Russell
Baxter the Jack Russell
Published: 2014/10/28
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Hike to Sunset Rock
Hike to Sunset Rock
Published: 2012/04/23
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Gloomy Day Treks
Gloomy Day Treks
Published: 2015/04/08
Channel: John Hufnagel
Windy Day on the Hudson
Windy Day on the Hudson
Published: 2016/02/27
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John Hufnagel
No. 16, 18
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1951-09-13) September 13, 1951 (age 66)
Place of birth: Coraopolis, Pennsylvania
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight: 194 lb (88 kg)
Career information
High school: McKees Rocks (PA) Montour
College: Penn State
NFL Draft: 1973 / Round: 14 / Pick: 348
Career history
As player:
As coach:
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Passing Yards: 357
Touchdowns: 1
Interceptions: 9
Games: 9
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

John Coleman Hufnagel (born September 13, 1951) is the president and general manager of the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. He was previously the Stampeders' head coach and played quarterback for fifteen professional seasons in the CFL and National Football League. Prior to his hiring to the Stampeders on December 3, 2007, he was the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants of the NFL.

Playing career[edit]

Hufnagel was an All-American at Penn State University in 1972, where he was the starting quarterback for three seasons (1970–1972) with a 26–3 record under head coach Joe Paterno. As a junior, he was instrumental in the Nittany Lions' 30–6 Cotton Bowl victory in Dallas over the University of Texas.[1][2] He led a backfield which included Franco Harris and Lydell Mitchell and Penn State finished 11–1, fifth in the final AP poll.[3]

In 1972, Hufnagel became the first Nittany Lion quarterback to pass for more than 2,000 yards in a season. His 2,039 passing yards set Penn State’s single-season record for passing yards (since broken) and he remains among the top 10 in most major career passing categories. He finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting that year, won by Johnny Rodgers of Nebraska,[4] (and won the following year by Penn State running back John Cappelletti). Hufnagel's final game as a collegian was the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, a 14–0 shutout loss to the University of Oklahoma on New Year's Eve.[5] Without Cappelletti due to the flu, the Penn State running game was weak and the Sooner defense dominated the game.[6]

A 14th-round selection (348th overall) of the Denver Broncos in the 1973 NFL Draft, Hufnagel spent three seasons with the Broncos, then twelve more in the Canadian Football League with the Calgary Stampeders (1976–1979), Saskatchewan Roughriders (1980–1983, 1987), and Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1984–1986).

Coaching career[edit]

Canadian Football League[edit]

Hufnagel began his coaching career as a player-coach for the Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1987. From 1990–1996 Hufnagel was the offensive coordinator for the Calgary Stampeders, where he helped future Pro Bowlers Doug Flutie and Jeff Garcia earn All-CFL honors.

Arena Football League[edit]

In 1997, Hufnagel became head coach and general manager of the Arena Football League’s New Jersey Red Dogs. In two seasons there, he posted a 17–11 record.

National Football League[edit]

After two seasons (1999, 2000) as the quarterbacks coach for the Cleveland Browns, Hufnagel was named the quarterbacks coach of the Indianapolis Colts, where he coached Peyton Manning to a 62.7 percent completion percentage and for 4,131 yards passing. He spent the 2002 season as the quarterbacks coach on Tom Coughlin’s staff in Jacksonville. That year, quarterback Mark Brunell threw only seven interceptions in 416 pass attempts, and an 85.7 quarterback rating. He spent the 2003 season with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Under Hufnagel’s tutelage, Tom Brady earned a second Super Bowl MVP award, completing 60.2 percent of his passes for 3,620 yards and 23 touchdowns.

Hufnagel became the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants in 2004, and molded them into one of the NFL’s most potent offenses. Tiki Barber set a franchise rushing record two years in a row, and the Giants became only the fifth team in NFL history to have five different players score at least seven touchdowns. (Tiki Barber, Jeremy Shockey, Plaxico Burress, Amani Toomer and Brandon Jacobs). While Hufnagel is credited with the rapid development of quarterback Eli Manning, he is sometimes criticized for his often predictable play-calling and an inability to utilize his offensive play-makers effectively.

During the 2006 season, Hufnagel came under much criticism for being too pass-happy and abandoning the running game after the Giants trailed during games. In addition, he was also questioned for having Manning throw the ball the third and sixth most passes in the league over 2005 and 2006 despite Tiki Barber clearly being the best player on offense. In addition, his situational play-calling came under scrutiny, such as when running back Brandon Jacobs was removed from the game inside the five yard-line in two games, thus making the offense more predictable to opposing defenses.

Following a 30–7 defeat by the New Orleans Saints, Hufnagel was stripped of his duties as offensive coordinator. A week later, it was revealed he was fired.

Return to the CFL[edit]

On December 3, 2007, Hufnagel was hired as the head coach and general manager of the Calgary Stampeders. In his first season, he led the Stampeders to the Grey Cup title with a 22–14 victory over the Montreal Alouettes on November 23. For his performance in the 2008 CFL season, he was awarded the Annis Stukus Trophy as the CFL's coach of the year.[7] Hufnagel got the Stamps back to the Grey Cup game to conclude the 2012 CFL season. The Stampeders lost the 100th Grey Cup game to the Toronto Argonauts 35-22. In the 2013 CFL season, Hufnagel and the Stampeders finished the season in 1st place with a 14-4 record. They lost the Western Final to Saskatchewan.

The following season, Hufnagel led the Stampeders to a 15-3 record finishing 1st in the Western division and in the league. In the playoffs, the Calgary Stampeders faced the Edmonton Eskimos (who previously eliminated Saskatchewan) and defeated them 43-18, leading them to Calgary's second Grey Cup in 3 years. The would face the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 102nd Grey Cup and win the game 20-16 for Calgary's 7th Grey Cup championship.

Following the Stampeder's championship season of 2014, Hufnagel was awarded the Annis Stukus Trophy as the CFL coach of the year for the second time in his career.

CFL coaching record[edit]

Team Year Regular Season Post Season
Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Result
CGY 2008 13 5 0 .722 1st in West Division 2 0 Won Grey Cup
CGY 2009 10 7 1 .583 2nd in West Division 1 1 Lost West Final
CGY 2010 13 5 0 .722 1st in West Division 0 1 Lost West Final
CGY 2011 11 7 0 .611 3rd in West Division 0 1 Lost West Semi-Final
CGY 2012 12 6 0 .666 2nd in West Division 2 1 Lost Grey Cup
CGY 2013 14 4 0 .777 1st in West Division 0 1 Lost West Final
CGY 2014 15 3 0 .833 1st in West Division 2 0 Won Grey Cup
CGY 2015 14 4 0 .777 2nd in West Division 1 1 Lost West Final
Total 102 41 1 .712 4 West Division
Championships
8 6 2 Grey Cups

Personal life[edit]

Hufnagel earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Penn State University in 1973. John and Sherry live in Cochrane, AB. He has two daughters, Neely and Lindsey, and a son, Cole. He graduated from Montour High School in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, a suburb northwest of Pittsburgh.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Texas Wishbone catches in throat". Reading Eagle. (Pennsylvania). Associated Press. January 2, 1972. p. 61. 
  2. ^ "Penn State scuttles Texas for 30-6 Cotton Bowl win". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). Associated Press. January 2, 1972. p. 1, sports. 
  3. ^ "Huskers solid No. 1". Reading Eagle. (Pennsylvania). Associated Press. January 4, 1972. p. 20. 
  4. ^ "Nebraska's Rodgers Heisman winner". Spokane Daily Chronicle. (Washington). Associated Press. December 5, 1972. p. 17. 
  5. ^ Estill, Jerry (January 2, 1973). "Fumbles cut down Oklahoma's points". Reading Eagle. (Pennsylvania). Associated Press. p. 30. 
  6. ^ Heufelder, Bill (January 2, 1973). "Oklahoma 'Tinkers' with Lions in Sugar Bowl". Pittsburgh Press. p. 28. 
  7. ^ "Hufnagel named CFL's top coach". CBC Sports. 2009-03-03. Retrieved 2009-03-03. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Kent Austin
Grey Cup winning Head Coach
96th Grey Cup, 2008
Succeeded by
Marc Trestman
Preceded by
Kent Austin
CFL Coach of the Year
2008
Succeeded by
Marc Trestman

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