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Three things can happen when you pass and two of 'em are bad. ---->>>

You've got to think lucky. If you fall into a mudhole, check your back pocket - you might have caught a fish.

You've got to think lucky. If you fall into a mudhole, check your back pocket - you might have caught a fish.

Football doesn't build character. It eliminates the weak ones. ---->>>

I learned this about coaching: You don't have to explain victory and you can't explain defeat. ---->>>

I knew that when I resigned from the University of Texas that I would never coach again. ---->>>

If worms carried pistols, birds wouldn't eat 'em. ---->>>

You never lose a game if the opponent doesn't score. ---->>>

I never have planned a whole lot of future. It's one day at a time. ---->>>

I didn't want to stay until I had used up all the enjoyment because that's too long to stay anywhere. ---->>>

You know, a football coach is nothing more than a teacher. You teach them the same subject, and you have a group of new guys every year.

You know, a football coach is nothing more than a teacher. You teach them the same subject, and you have a group of new guys every year.

If I were going to stay in coaching, I would have stayed right there because I was totally happy. ---->>>

I don't count on the boy who waits till October, when it's cool and fun, then decides he wants to play.

I don't count on the boy who waits till October, when it's cool and fun, then decides he wants to play.

I'm still healthy as can be.

I'm still healthy as can be.

If everything had already been done, there would be nothing left for young people to accomplish. There are always going to be people who run faster, jump higher, dive deeper, and come up drier. ---->>>

Breaks balance out. The sun don't shine on the same ol' dog's rear end every day. ---->>>

Sometimes you have to suck it up and call a number. ---->>>

I try not to make the same mistakes today that I made yesterday. ---->>>

Don't matter what they throw at us. Only angry people win football games. ---->>>

Punt returns will kill you quicker than a minnow can swim a dipper. ---->>>

I try not to play two days in succession. I usually try to space it so I have a day in between. ---->>>

All the white meat is gone. There's nothin' but necks on the platter. ---->>>

But I do have time to pencil in golf, and we've got four excellent courses. ---->>>

He's not very fast, but maybe Elizabeth Taylor can't sing. ---->>>

I do not let a bad score ruin my enjoyment for golf. ---->>>

I know that the odds are against a marriage lasting 60 years. ---->>>

When I was a freshman at Oklahoma in 1946, the game was sold out - and it's been sold out ever since. ---->>>

I had hoped God would be neutral. ---->>>

I have found that the players who have played in that game really do have respect for their adversaries. ---->>>

I move around and play different golf courses. I just enjoy it. ---->>>

I really don't have a favorite course. I usually ask where there are the least players. ---->>>

I used to care more about the score than I do now. ---->>>

I was in a profession that received a lot of media. ---->>>

I was still enjoying coaching, but there was a repetitious manner about it. ---->>>

I'm not bored; I'm not a guy who has nothing to do. ---->>>

I've enjoyed my retirement. ---->>>

The only thing that would change would be the year, the names. It just got to be a repetitious life. ---->>>

For me, it is just the total experience - from the time I first started as an assistant coach until I wound up at the University of Texas for 20 years. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 07-06, 1924
Birthplace:
Die: 2012-11-07
Occupation: Coach
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Darrell K Royal (July 6, 1924 – November 7, 2012) was an American football player and coach. He served as the head coach at Mississippi State University (1954–1955), the University of Washington (1956), and the University of Texas at Austin (1957–1976), compiling a career college football record of 184–60–5 (wikipedia)