E. Pratt King
King pictured in Debris 1905, Purdue yearbook
|High school||Mercersburg Academy (PA)|
|Career highlights and awards|
College playing career
Professional playing career
King was also a professional American football player with the Massillon Tigers. He was signed by the Tigers in 1906 to play in the Ohio League championship against the Canton Bulldogs in a two-game series. Massillon would go on to lose the first game of the series, 10–5, but won the second game (and the championship) by a score of 13–6 and clinched the 1906 league championship. However rumors of a gamblers fixing the game tainted the championship.
Head coaching record
|Delaware (Independent) (1907)|
- "University of Delaware Athletics" (PDF). University of Delaware. 1909. p. 154. Retrieved April 15, 2013.
- "Purdue Football All-Time Letterwinners: From 1887-2009". Purdue Boilermakers. Retrieved April 15, 2013.
- "Blondy Wallace and the Biggest Football Scandal Ever" (PDF). PFRA Annual. Professional Football Researchers Association. 5: 1–16. 1984. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-12-04.