UT Track and Field History 1889-1971 – Chapter VIII: Bibliography

Unless otherwise specified, the information in this history came from the following sources:

  1. World Almanac and Book of Facts, New York World-Telegram Corporation, New York, 1966
  2. James R. Montgomery, “The University of Tennessee Builds for the Twentieth Century,
    A History of the University of Tennessee During the Administration of President Brown Ayres,
    1904-1919,” The University of Tennessee Record, LX, July 1957
  3. The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Knoxville Evening Newspaper
  4. The Knoxville Journal, Knoxville Morning Newspaper
  5. Daily Journal and Tribune, Newspaper that preceded The Knoxville Journal
  6. Orange and White, University of Tennessee Student Newspaper, Knoxville
  7. Volunteer (University of Tennessee Yearbook)
  8. Conversation with Dean L.R Hesler on April 15, 1967.
  9. The Official Southeastern Conference Football Record Book for 1949, Darby Printing Company, Atlanta, 1949
  10. The Official Southeastern Conference Sports Record Book for 1964, Johnson Printing Company, Atlanta, 1964
  11. Tom Siler, Tennessee, Football’s Greatest Dynasty, Holston Printing Company, Inc., Knoxville, 1961
  12. State Times, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  13. RoheTrackEra Website
  14. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Website
  15. Southeastern Conference (SEC) Website
  16. University of Tennessee Sports Website
  17. University of Tennessee Media Guides
  18. Knoxville Track Club Website
  19. Furman University Website
  20. Tom Scott Interviews
  21. University of Tennessee Athletic Department Archives (Sports Information Director Bud Ford’s Files)
  22. Sportswriter Marvin West’s Articles in Knoxville News-Sentinel and Knoxville’s Shopper News
  23. E-mail Recollections from Former UT Trackmen
Chapter VII: The Chuck Rohe Era
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The Chuck Rohe Track Era

In 1962 the University of Tennessee hired a young track coach, Chuck Rohe. The next nine years, along with the Stan Huntsman era to follow, began the most successful era of SEC track & field and cross-country dominance in the school’s history.

What a Day!
Chuck Rohe