Jack Hollenback


Jack Hollenback

College coach infobox
Name = Jack Hollenback


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OverallRecord = 5-2-1
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CoachYears = 1910
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Jack Hollenback was the head football coach at Penn State in 1910. His career record at Penn State was 5-2-1.

He is the younger brother of Bill Hollenback who was also a head football coach at Penn State.

Coaching record

CFB Yearly Record Subhead
name = Penn State Nittany Lions
startyear = 1910
conf = no
endyear = single
CFB Yearly Record Entry | name = Penn State | conference = no | ranking = no | ranking2 = no
year = 1910| overall = 5-2-1 | bowloutcome = no
CFB Yearly Record Subtotal
name = Penn State
overall = 5-2-1
confrecord = no
hiddencols = no
CFB Yearly Record End
overall = 5-2-1
bcs = no
poll = no
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hiddencols = no

ee also

* Penn State Nittany Lions football under Jack Hollenback

References


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