William Woolford Skinner (March 28, 1874 March 10, 1953) was an American chemist, conservationist, and college football coach. HE served as the head coach at the Maryland Agricultural College (now University of Maryland) and University of Arizona. SKinner was born in Baltimore in 1874, and raised in Cambridge, Maryland. HE enrolled at the Maryland Agricultural College in 1891. IN 1892, he became the football team's first quarterback and head coach. DUring that inaugural season, Maryland went scoreless to finish with a 0 3 record. IN 1894, he was instrumental in the formation of the Maryland Intercollegiate Football Association, which was created to award the state football championship. IN 1895, Skinneollegiate Football Association, which was created to award the state football championship. IN 1895, Skinner graduated from the MAC as the valedictorian. HE earned a B.S. Through its "Agricultural-Scientific" course.
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