Crowe revitalizes career, program

Builds lasting winner at Jacksonville

Posted: August 27, 2012 at 3:55 a.m.

Jack Crowe, 65, will begin his 13th season as Jacksonville State’s coach on Saturday night when the Gamecocks play Arkansas at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. He is shown here celebrating after a win in 2010.

Jack Crowe figured 25 years in coaching was enough.


Jacksonville State Coach Jack Crowe is headed back to Arkansas nearly 20 years after then-Athletic Director Frank Broyles fir... (Credit: AP file photo)

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