|Died||December 30, 1944
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Samuel "Rosey" Michael Patrick Dolan (1884 – December 30, 1944) was an American football player and coach. He played for the University of Notre Dame and coached at Oregon State University, then known as Oregon Agricultural College.
Dolan also attended school at Oregon Agricultural College in 1909, however did not play football for OAC.
In 1911, Dolan became the head football coach at Oregon State. During that 1911 season, OAC did not play their in state rivals, the University of Oregon. There was no Civil War game that year due to a riot at the game the year before. The OAC student body decided to cancel all athletic events between the two schools for the 1911 season. The Civil War was brought back for the 1912 season, however it was not played on the campus of OAC. The game was moved to neutral site in Albany, Oregon. The neutral field idea came from an Albany cigar-maker named Billy Eagles, who was the brother-in-law to Coach Dolan.
Dolan served as the head coach for two seasons, posting an 8–6 overall record.
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