Abe Stuber
Abe Stuber


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Abe Stuber starred on the Gwinn Henry-coached Tiger football teams of 1924-26 that produced a cumulative record of 18-4-3 and won a pair of Missouri Valley Conference championships. In 1926, he threw a touchdown pass to fellow MU Hall of Famer Bert Clark that produced a 7-7 tie with SMU, a team that went undefeated that year and won the Southwest Conference championship. He hooked up again on a 50-yard TD pass later in the season in a 7-3 win over Iowa State. In 1929, Stuber started a long coaching career at Westminster College, then moved on to Cape Girardeau Teachers College (now Southeast Missouri State) and Iowa State. He later coached as an assistant in the NFL and became scouting director of the St. Louis Football Cardinals. The athletic complex at SE Missouri State is named in his honor and he was inducted into the State of Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in 1974. Deceased.

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