Duffy Daugherty

Duffy Daugherty was the head coach during 1954 – 1972

Duffy Daugherty started his career at Michigan State experimenting with the white helmets. He can be credited for adding “Michigan State” to the front of the football jerseys in 1964 and adding the Michigan State Helmet Logo to the helmet in 1965.

Duffy Daugherty’s final record at Michigan State was 109 – 69 – 5 earning two National Championships in 1965 and 1966, a victory at 1956’s Rose Bowl and an appearance in 1966’s Rose Bowl. Daugherty was voted National Coach of the Year in 1955 and 1965 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1984.

View the styles that Duffy Daugherty’s teams wore during his era:

Photography Credits: Masthead image is courtesy of Men of Sparta DVD. Images of 1956 – 1963, 1964 and 1967 – 1972 are courtesy of The Tradition Continues – Spartan Football. Spartan Jerseys claims no ownership to these images.

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