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University of South Dakota football coach Joe Glenn is retiring.
The 66-year-old Nebraska native compiled a record of 200-134-1 in 28 seasons, and is one of 76 coaches in NCAA history to win 200 games. He was 12-34 in four seasons at USD, his alma mater.
His retirement was announced Sunday in a news release on the school’s website.
Glenn led Northern Colorado to back-to-back NCAA Division II national championships in 1996 and 1997. He led Montana to a Football Championship Subdivision title in 2001. He was twice named the American Football Coaches Association’s national coach of the year.
Glenn also coached at Doane College and Wyoming during his career.