W. P. Finney
Finney during his time at Purdue
April 14, 1871|
March 6, 1954 (aged 82)|
Los Angeles County, California
Purdue University (1893)|
University of Chicago
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1894||Kentucky State College|
|Head coaching record|
William Porter Finney (April 14, 1871 – March 6, 1954) was the second head football coach for the Iowa State University Cyclones located in Ames, Iowa and he held that position for the 1893 season. His coaching record at Iowa state was 0–3. He also coached at Kentucky in 1894, with a record of 5–2.
Finney later relocated to California where he was employed as a railway engineer.
Head coaching record
|Iowa Agricultural Cardinals (Independent) (1893)|
|Kentucky State College Blue and White (Independent) (1894)|
|1894||Kentucky State College||5–2|
|Kentucky State College:||5–2|
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