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Mott, James A. (ed.) / Wisconsin football facts for 1970 and athletic review of 1969-70 school year
(1970)

1970 Wisconsin football facts and University of Wisconsin athletic review 1969-1970,   pp. [1]-[72] PDF (36.3 MB)


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PAUL ROACH
Assistant Coach - First Season
Offensive Backfield and Coordinator
Paul Roach, a native of Spring Green, Wisconsin,
served as offensive backfield coach at the University
of Wyoming for the past nine seasons where he helped
the Cowboys to an unprecedent-
ed three straight Western Ath-
letic Conference championships
in 1966-67-68.
In 1969 Wyoming was 6-4
and third in the WAC and com-
piled the following offensive sta-
tistics: 6th in conference rushing,
145.7 yards per game; 2nd in
conference passing, 165 comple-
tions in 340 attempts for 1,874
yards, an average of 187.4 yards
per game; 4th in conference total
offense, 331.1 yards per game
Roach        and 2nd in conference scoring
averaging 23.2 points per game.
The Cowboys used a multiple offense running from
an "I" formation and a "Pro Set" always employing
a flanker and a split end.
Roach, 42, attended high school in Rapid City, S.
D., participating in football, basketball and track be-
fore graduating in 1945. The new Badger assistant is
a graduate of Black Hills State College in Spearfish,
S. D., where he lettered in football, basketball and
track and captained the football team in his senior
year. He received a master's degree in physical edu-
cation from North Dakota University in 1962.
His first coaching job was at Hettinger, N. D., High
school where he spent two years as head football and
track coach. He then coached three years at Dickin-
son, N. D., High school as head football and basket-
ball coach. In 1957, Roach joined the North Dakota
University staff as backfield coach and helped the
Sioux win the North Center Conference champion-
ship in 1958 and finish second twice. He joined the
Wyoming University staff in 1962.
Paul and his wife Patricia have two daughters,
Judy 14, and Cathleen, 10, and a son, Mike, 1.
JIM MARTIN
Assistant Coach - First Season
Centers and Guards
James L. Martin served as Racine Case High school
football defensive coordinator the past three seasons
with specific work in the defensive secondary and
was in charge of scouting for
Head Coach Gene Veit. He also
served as baseball coach.
The new Badger assistant
coach is a 24-year-old native of
Racine where he graduated from
Washington Park High school in
1963. He graduated from the
University of Dubuque, Iowa, in
1967 with a bachelor of science
degree in physical education and
in his senior year was named to
the dean's list for outstanding
academic achievement.
Martin         He began work on an ad-
vanced degree in physical edu-
cation at Indiana University in 1968.
Martin starred athletically at Dubuque, winning
four letters in football, three in basketball and three
in baseball. He was named the school's outstanding
athlete in both his freshman and senior years and as
a sophomore was selected to the All-Iowa Conference
and NAIA district football honor teams.
LEW STUECK
Assistant Coach - First Season
Linebackers and Defensive Coordinator
Lew Stueck, 34, finished his seventh year on the
UCLA staff in 1969 serving as freshman coach under
former UCLA Head Coach Bill Barnes and as coach
of the ends and linebackers as
well as being the administrative
assistant to current Bruin Head
Coach Tommy Prothro. As UCLA
freshman coach, Stueck had a
two-year record of 5-1-1.
Prior to joining the UCLA
staff, Stueck was head coach at
St. Anthony's High school in
Long Beach, Calif., for one year
and head coach for five years at
Los Angeles Loyola High school
where he compiled a 33-12-3
record. His 1960-61-62 teams at
Stueck       Loyola won Catholic League
championships and his 1962 team
won the Southern California large school prep title.
The new Badger assistant coach attended Loyola
High school in Los Angeles and won three letters in
football and received All-Catholic League honors as
a halfback in 1952. He matriculated at Washington
State University for two years, playing football there
as a freshman and sophomore, then transferred back
to UCLA where he graduated in 1957.
Lew and his wife Donna have three daughters,
Julie 11, Monica 9, and Kristina 7.
BOB ZEMAN
Assistant Coach - First Season
Defensive Secondary
Bob Zeman was co-captain of Wisconsin's 1959 Big
Ten championship team and was defensive backfield
coach at Northwestern the past two seasons before
accepting the call to his alma
mater.
Bob was 33 years old on Feb.
22 and is a native of Wheaton,
Illinois, where as a high school
star he won All-American hon-
ors in 1954. He originally en-
rolled at Notre Dame before
transferring to Wisconsin where
he was a standout backfield per-
former-both   offensively  and
defensively-in 1957, 1958 and
1959 on Badger teams that won
20, lost six and tied one in regu-
lar season play. The 1959 team
Zeman         played in the Rose Bowl on Jan.
1, 1960, losing to Washington, 44-8.
Zeman played fullback in his sophomore season
here and rushed for 236 yards on 58 carries and scored
three touchdowns. He played right halfback his
junior and senior year gaining 275 yards in 66 carries
and he was named to the All-Big Ten Academic
team in 1958.
Following graduation Bob was drafted and signed
by the San Diego Chargers of the then budding Amer-
ican Football League. He played seven seasons in the
AFL--five with San Diego and two with the Denver
Broncos. A premier defensive back, he was named to
the All-AFL team on several occasions.
Bob retired after the 1966 season and took up coach-
ing duties in 1967 as defensive backfield coach of the
Joliet (Illinois) Chargers, a San Diego farm club here
in the Midwest.
He joined Alex Agase's Northwestern staff as the
defensive backfield coach in 1968 and turned in out-
standing coaching jobs each year in tutoring the
Wildcats' secondary.
Zeman and his wife Kathy have four children in-
cluding sons Clarke 7, Eddie 6, Donnie 5, and a daugh-
ter Jennifer, 2 months old.
WISCONSIN          ATHLETIC       REVIEW


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