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Bud Wilkinson (1916–1994)

Bud Wilkinson was born on April 23, 1916 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA as Charles Burnham Wilkinson. He was married to Donna Wilkinson and Mary Shifflett. He died on February 9, 1994 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1983 Battle of the Network Stars XV (TV Special)
Himself - Commissioner
 1982 1982 Independence Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1973 1973 Sugar Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1971 1971 Sugar Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1970 1970 Sugar Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1969 1969 Army-Navy Game (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1967 1967 Army-Navy Game (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1966 1966 Army-Navy Game (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1966 1966 Sugar Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1965 1965 Army-Navy Game (TV Movie)
Himself - Color Commentator
 1963 1963 Orange Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach
 1959 1959 Orange Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach
 1958 1958 Orange Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach
 1956 1956 Orange Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach
 1954 1954 Orange Bowl (TV Movie)
Himself - Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach
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 1954 Paramount Pacemaker: Touchdown Highlights (Documentary short)
Himself - Oklahoma University Coach
 1952 Fox Movietone Sports: Mel Allen's Football Review (Short)
Himself - Oklahoma Foorball Coach
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Personal Quote:

You played a good game and I am proud of all of you. We couldn't go on winning forever. [addressing his team after losing to Notre Dame on November 16, 1957, ending Oklahoma's record 47-game winning streak] See more »

Trivia:

Served on the President's Council on Physical Fitness from 1961 to 1964. Ran unsuccessfully for the U. S. Senate in 1964, at which point he legally changed his first name to Bud. Served as color analyst for ABC Sports from 1965 to 1977. Returned to broadcasting for ABC and ESPN after being fired from the Cardinals. See more »

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