George Catavolos

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George Catavolos (born May 8, 1945 in Chicago, Illinois), is an American football coach. He was a three-year letterman at Purdue and was the Boilermakers' co-captain during the team's 1967 Rose Bowl Championship season; his last-second interception of an attempted two-point conversion locked up the victory for the Boilermakers. He began coaching at Purdue in 1967 and spent 17 years in college coaching. He has coached in the National Football League for 28 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts for 11 years, the Carolina Panthers, the Washington Redskins, and the Buffalo Bills.[1]

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  1. ^ ESPN: February 10, 2004 "Mariucci adds sixth assistant to complete staff" Accessed October 16, 2008

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