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George Blankley Sport(s) Football Current position Title Head coach Team Boise State Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1951 Boise State Head coaching record Overall 10-1-0 George Blankley is a former head coach of the Boise State (then known as Boise Junior College) college football program from 1951. Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/Playoffs Coaches# AP° 1951 Boise State 10-1-0 Total: 10-1-0 †Indicates BCS bowl game. #Rankings from final Coaches' Poll. [1] References ^ "College Football Historical Records". New York Times. http://sportsnetwork.com/default.asp?c=nytimes&page=cfoot/teams/direct467.htm. Retrieved 2007-12-07.  v · d · eBoise State Broncos head football coaches Dusty Kline (1933) • Max Eiden (1934–1939) • Harry Jacoby (1940–1946) • Lyle Smith (1947–1949) • George Blankley (1950–1951) • Lyle Smith (1952–1967) • Tony Knap (1968–1975) • Jim Criner (1976–1982) • Lyle Setencich (1983–1986) • Skip Hall (1987–1992) • Pokey Allen (1993–1996) • Tom Mason # (1996 first 10 games) • Houston Nutt (1997) • Dirk Koetter (1998–2000) • Dan Hawkins (2001–2005) • Chris Petersen (2006–present) Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach. v · d · eBoise State Broncos men's basketball head coaches Staton Hale (1933–1934) • Max Eiden (1934–1937) • No team (1937–1939) • Harry Jacoby (1939–1941) • Stub Allison (1941–1942) • John Glasby (1942–1944) • Rex Engleking (1944–1945) • Carl Warner (1945–1946) • Lyle Smith (1946–1947) • Bill Richter (1947–1948) • George Blankley (1948–1962) • Dale Chatterton (1962–1965) • Murray Satterfield (1965–1973) • Bus Connor (1972–1980) • Dave Leach (1980–1983) • Bobby Dye (1983–1995) • Rod Jensen (1995–2002) • Greg Graham (2002–2010) • Leon Rice (2010–) Persondata Name Blankley, George Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a college football coach first appointed in the 1950s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e