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After playing in the NFL, Glenn was Assistant Football Coach for the University of Kansas, then an Assistant for the University of Nebraska and Eastern Kentucky University. He was Head Coach at Nebraska in 1942 and Eastern Kentucky from 1954-1963. He was then athletic director at Eastern Kentucky until his retirement in 1974.
Teams played for
- Topped NFL in made field goals (1933 with 6)
- NFL scoring leader in 1933 with 64 total points
- Member of Nebraska Hall of Fame (1973)
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