It might seem obvious now, but the full significance of the 1966 Tangerine Bowl was not so apparent to the terrific Morgan State team that traveled to Orlando, Fla., a half-century ago to make college football history. "That was a turning point for black universities,'' said co-captain James Phillips, "but the thing about it was, we really didn't know. All we knew was it was a football game and that we were going there to win a football game."
Dailey came to McDaniel in 2009 after coaching in the Arena Football League for 19 years. He compiled a 115-83 record in 12 years as a head coach with the Albany Firebirds and the Colorado Crush, and was inducted into the league's Hall of Fame in 2012.