Henry L. Williams was the head football coach at the University of Minnesota for 22 seasons, from 1900 through 1921. The team had a 136-33-11 overall record. In the Big Ten, the Golden Gophers had a 50-25-5 record and won 8 conference championships. Thirteen players were awarded All-American status. Thirty-one players were named All-Big Ten first team.

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  • Henry L. Williams was the head football coach at the University of Minnesota for 22 seasons, from 1900 through 1921. The team had a 136-33-11 overall record. In the Big Ten, the Golden Gophers had a 50-25-5 record and won 8 conference championships. Thirteen players were awarded All-American status. Thirty-one players were named All-Big Ten first team. (en)
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  • Henry L. Williams was the head football coach at the University of Minnesota for 22 seasons, from 1900 through 1921. The team had a 136-33-11 overall record. In the Big Ten, the Golden Gophers had a 50-25-5 record and won 8 conference championships. Thirteen players were awarded All-American status. Thirty-one players were named All-Big Ten first team. (en)
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