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Phil Sarboe
Date of birth August 22, 1912(1912-08-22)
Place of birth Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S.
Date of death November 1985 (aged 73)
Position(s) Defensive back
Quarterback
Running back
College Washington State
Career record 21-32-3
Stats
Playing stats Pro Football Reference
Playing stats NFL.com
Playing stats DatabaseFootball
Team(s) as a player
1934
1934-1936
1936
Boston Redskins
Chicago Cardinals
Brooklyn Dodgers
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1945-1949
1966
Washington State
U. of Hawaii

Phillip John Sarboe (August 22, 1912 – November 1985) was a college football coach. From 1945 to 1949, he coached at Washington State University, where he guided the Cougars to a 17-26-3 (.402) record. In 1966, he coached at the University of Hawaii, where he posted a 4-6 record with the Rainbow Warriors.

He played college football at Washington State. He played in the National Football League for the Boston Redskins in 1934. He also played for the Chicago Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers. He completed only 42.3 percent of his passes for just 1,133 yards, had a 4-26 career TD/INT ratio, and a career passer rating of 27.9.

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Preceded by
Clark Shaughnessy
University of Hawaii Head Football Coaches
1966
Succeeded by
Don King
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