Coach Pat McInally
Former NFL star, Pat McInally is a Harvard honors graduate, two-time All-American and was inducted into the National College Football Hall of Fame in 2016. He was named as 1 of 6 Scholar-Athletes for the 20th Century by the College Hall of Fame.
After graduating with honors, cum laude, he was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals and enjoyed an 11-year career with them, making the Pro Bowl and playing in the Super Bowl. He has the distinction of being the only professional player to ever score a perfect 50 on the NFL's Wonderlic Intelligence Test.
His nationally syndicated column, "Pat Answers for Kids," ran in over 125 newspapers and his book Moms & Dads Kids & Sports was a best-seller. These were in addition to success in songwriting, television, radio and as a championship high school head football coach. Coach Mcinally was the 2014 National Christian Coach of the year award winner.
*Pat is in the Harvard, Orange County, Cincinnati Bengals and College Football Halls of Fames.
*He played and coached in two victorious Orange County Football All-Star Games, as well as winning in the OC Basketball All-Star Game.
* He very proudly owns the OC record for most rebounds in a single game, with 39!