HUFF, JR., FRED

FRED HUFF, JR. (Deceased)

Inducted: August 1, 1975 in Bloomington, IN

Date of Birth: November 4, 1921 in Monroe County, IN

High School Attended: Bloomington              Graduated: 1939

High School Honors: Captain of football team 1938.

College Attended: Indiana University            Graduated: 1944

College Honors: Earned a Big Ten Medal for athletics and scholarship.

Coaching Experience: Head football coach at Bloomington HS 1947-1969, with a record of 154-61-13.

Coaching Honors: Team won South Central Conference titles 1966 and 1968, and tied with Franklin 1969; 1964, 1968, and 1969 teams were undefeated; had a 60 game winning streak that started with the last game of the 1967 season that remains the longest win streak in Indiana high school history.

Special Recognition: Was a big supporter of the Indiana North-South All-Star Football Series and served as Game Director 1972-1974; Bloomington HS football renamed Huff Field in his honor in 1993; inducted into the Monroe County Hall of Fame posthumously in 1998.

Coach Huff passed away September 21, 1992.