Jim Ward (American football)
|Born||January 2, 1948|
|Died||April 26, 2001
Buffalo, New York
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
Before coaching at Buffalo, Ward was a football coach at Northwestern High School and Howard University. Following his tenure at the University at Buffalo, Ward held multiple positions, including physical education teacher and vice principal at Seneca Vocational High School, principal of Douglass High School, and County Youth Commissioner for Erie County, New York. He resigned from that position in 2000, after he pleaded guilty to accepting unemployment benefits while he was employed by the Buffalo Public Schools system.
Head coaching record
|Buffalo Bulls (NCAA Division III independent) (1992–1994)|
|Buffalo Bulls (NCAA Division I-AA independent) (1993–1994)|
Assistants under Jim Ward who became NCAA or NFL head coaches:
- Vogel, C. (2000, June 8). Youth official resigns after guilty plea in benefits case. The Buffalo News, p. B1.
- James B. Ward Jr. dies; coached UB football, held County - post. (2001, May 1). The Buffalo News, p. B5.
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