|Birth Day:||November 4, 1930|
|Death Date:||Aug 8, 2017 (age 86)|
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As per our current Database, Dick Macpherson died on Aug 8, 2017 (age 86).
He played center and linebacker at Springfield.
MacPherson's record at Syracuse was 66–46–4 and included an undefeated season in 1987, when his team finished 11–0–1 and tied Auburn in the 1988 Sugar Bowl. After the 1990 season he left Syracuse to become head coach of the New England Patriots and was replaced by assistant Paul Pasqualoni. MacPherson coached the Pats from 1991 to 1992 and received strong consideration for Coach of the Year honors in 1991, turning around a team that went 1–15 in 1990 and leading them to a 6–10 record in his first season. However, in his second season the team started four different quarterbacks and went 2–14. MacPherson was subsequently fired at the end of the season.
MacPherson provided commentary during radio coverage of Syracuse football games for several seasons. He was honored as the Grand Marshal at the 28th Annual Syracuse St. Patrick's Parade in 2010.
MacPherson died surrounded by his family at the Crouse Hospital in Syracuse, New York, on August 8, 2017, at the age of 86.
Dick was born and raised in Old Town, Maine.
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