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Marty to the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame


Congratulations are in order for one of our favorite persons.  Former Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer is set to be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

Here's a blurb on Marty's induction, per KSPR:

After leaving the head coaching job of the Cleveland Browns, where he posted a 44 – 27 record, Martin Edward Schottenheimer spent 10 seasons as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 1989 to 1998 recording an impressive 101-58-1 regular season record (.634). His tenure with the Chiefs included three division titles, seven playoff appearances, and a trip to the AFC Championship game in 1993. After leaving the Chiefs, Schottenheimer served as head coach for the Washington Redskins and later the San Diego Chargers where he posted 8 – 8, and 47 -33 records respectively. Coach Schottenheimer left the coaching ranks after the 2006 season, posting a career record of 200 - 126 -1.


Congratulations to Marty for cementing his place in Missouri sports history.

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