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Cedar Falls coaching legend, Pat Mitchell dies at 75

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 Longtime Cedar Falls head football coached Pat Mitchell died late Wednesday afternoon following a year long bout with cancer. He was 75.  Mitchell officially retired coaching following the 2013 season as the fourth winningest coach in state history with 344 victories over 47 seasons. Mitchell led Cedar Falls football teams to 25 state playoff appearances and 5 state championship games with the Tigers winning it all in 1986. Off the field, Mitchell was loved by players, students and an entire community of fans.

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