Bill Arnsparger, coach of Miami’s Super Bowl winning ‘No Name Defence,’ dies at 88
Bill Arnsparger, the Miami assistant coach who directed the “No-Name Defence’’ that helped the Dolphins win Super Bowl titles in 1973 and 1974, died Friday. He was 88.
Laura Prewitt, executive director of the Breeders’ Cup Festival in Lexington, Kentucky, announced the death, saying Arnsparger died at his home in Athens, Alabama.
The Miami team that won the Super Bowl in January 1973 had the only perfect season in NFL history. Arnsparger left the Dolphins after the 1974 Super Bowl to coach the New York Giants, going 7-28 before he was fired after an 07 start in 1976.