|Date of birth:||July 28, 1944|
|Place of birth:||Washington, D.C.|
|Date of death:||December 27, 2006(aged 62)|
|Place of death:||Bethesda, Maryland|
|AFL draft:||1966 / Round: 7|
Edward Scott "Scotty" Glacken (July 28, 1944 – December 27, 2006) was an American collegiate and Professional Football quarterback and collegiate head coach. He played his college football at Duke University. In 1963, Glacken threw for a school-record twelve touchdown passes. Glacken finished his Duke career with 3,170 yards and 24 touchdowns, helping the Blue Devils to a 15–13–2 record during his final three years as a player.
Glacken played two seasons with the Denver Broncos, leading them to a 1967 exhibition victory over the Detroit Lions, the first time an American Football League club defeated a team from the rival National Football League.
Glacken would begin a two-decade long coaching career in 1970, taking the head coaching position at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., helping to return the Hoyas to NCAA intercollegiate competition after a number of years as a club team.
Glacken retired as Georgetown's coach in 1992, having compiled a 98–94–2 record.
- "Scotty Glacken". Pro Football Reference.
- Holley, Joe (January 19, 2007). "Georgetown Football Coach Edward 'Scotty' Glacken". The Washington Post. Retrieved May 23, 2010.
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