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Date of Birth October 11, 1905
Date of Death July 02, 1978
Place of Birth Texico, New Mexico Territory
Country Mexico
Profession Baseball Player
Horoscope Libra

Joel Hunt Biography

Joel Hunt is a famous American baseball player, who was born on October 11, 1905 in Texico, New Mexico Territory. According to Astrologers, Joel Hunt's zodiac sign is Libra.

Oliver Joel "Lil' Joel" Hunt (October 11, 1905 – July 24, 1978) was American football and baseball player and coach of football. He played college football at Texas A&M University from 1925 to 1927 and served as the head football coach at the University of Georgia in 1938 and the University of Wyoming in 1939. Hunt also played professional baseball in the minor leagues and briefly with the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1967.

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Hunt played for Texas A&M from 1925 to 1927. While in college, Hunt was a running back, punter, place kicker and defensive player. Playing in 27 games during his career, he scored 30 touchdowns, 5 field goals and 29 extra points. Coach John Heisman, who was the head coach at Rice University during Hunt's years at Texas A&M and saw Hunt play, asserted that Hunt was "the greatest all-around player I ever saw."

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After college, Hunt served as head football coach at Marshall (Texas) Junior College (1928–1929). He also played professional baseball, spending most of his time in the minor leagues, but also playing 16 games in the major leagues with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1931–32. Hunt posted a .182 batting average (4-for-22) with 2 runs, 1 double, 3 RBI and 4 bases on balls. He accepted 13 total chances at right field without an error for a 1.000 fielding percentage. Hunt was assistant coach at Texas A&M University (1930–1932) and at Louisiana State University (1933–1936). He became the head football coach at Georgia in 1938 and completed his only season there with a 5–4–1 record.

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At Georgia, Hunt was a surprise replacement for the popular head coach Harry Mehre. Although Hunt's 5–4–1 record as a head coach was respectable, his most important contribution to Georgia Bulldogs football was a coaching assistant that he brought with him, Wally Butts. Butts became Georgia's head coach in 1939 and continued in that position until 1960.

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After Georgia, Hunt became the head football coach at the University of Wyoming in 1939, where he had a disappointing 0–7–1 record. Following his brief stint as head coach at Georgia and Wyoming, Hunt returned to being assistant coach: again with LSU (1940–1941, 1945–1947). At LSU in the 1940s, Hunt coached the kicking and punting. He was not impressed with the length of punts, as a long return might nullify the advantage. Regarding a particularly gifted player for Ole Miss, Hunt told Alvin Dark that "A thirty-five-yard kick out of bounds is better than a sixty-yarder that he gets his hands on." Dark recalled that at every practice, Hunt would station him at the 40-yard line and have him aim for a flag out of bounds just before the goal line. If the ball were kicked to that spot during a game, the team it was kicked to would start their offensive drive at that location.

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