As head football coach at University of California from 1947-56, Pappy Waldorf revived the program and established a 67-32-4 record. His teams qualified for three consecutive Rose Bowls and set a 7-1-2 record against rival Stanford. After retiring from Cal, he joined the 49ers as head of personnel and scouting. He was an All-American tackle at Syracuse and elected in 1966 to the National Football Hall of Fame. He died in 1981.
Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1987.
Plaque location: University of California, Berkeley