Pro Football Hall exec Pete Elliot dies
(FOX sports photo)
AKRON, OHIO — Pete Elliott, the longest-tenured executive director in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has died, according to the Washington Post.
He was 86.
He served as the museum’s firector from 1979-1996.
Elliot was also head football coach at Illinois from 1960-1966.
He led Illinois to the 1964 Rose Bowl.
Source: The Washington Post
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