October 31, 1899|
Fannin County, Texas
|Died||May 24, 1969
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1938–1951||Sam Houston State|
|1938–1945||Sam Houston State|
|Head coaching record|
Thomas Fred "Puny" Wilson (October 31, 1899 – May 24, 1969) was an American football player and coach. He was an All-American at Texas A&M University in the early 1920s, playing for coach Dana X. Bible. Wilson graduated from Texas A&M in 1924 and was later inducted into school's hall of fame.
Puny and his brother, Mule, are the only two brothers in the Texas A&M football Hall of Fame. Mule was the first Aggie to play in the National Football League (NFL). He won three NFL championships, one on the New York Giants and two with the Green Bay Packers
- Texas A&M University Hall of Fame
- Dan Rather Interview – page 6 / 9 – Academy of Achievement
- Redlands Daily Facts, Monday, May 26, 1969, Redlands, California, United States Of America
- Del Rio News-Herald, Monday, May 26, 1969, Del Rio, Texas, United States Of America
- Carter, Bo; McKenzie, Mike (2002). Tales from Aggieland: Home of the Twelfth Man. Sports Publishing. ISBN 1-58261-331-1.