Berry Whitaker


Berry Whitaker

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Name = Berry Whitaker


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CoachYears = 1920-1922
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Berry M. Whitaker (birth date|1890|10|22death date|1984|1|10) was an American football coach. He also organized one of the nation's first university intramural programs at the University of Texas at Austin. He also served as the schools head football coach from 1920-22.


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