Don Coryell, intense and innovative, was the first head football coach to win more than 100 games in college and the pros. At San Diego State in 1961-72, he had a 104-19-2 record, three unbeaten teams, winning streaks of 31 and 25 games, and popular, wide-open teams that featured many future pro stars. Moving to the NFL, Coryell won division titles with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1974 and '75. His dynamic San Diego Chargers won AFC West titles in 1979-80-81 and went to the playoffs four times. He was NFL Coach of the Year in 1979 and made "Air Coryell" the most prolific passing offense in NFL history. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Breitbard Hall of Fame in 1987.