Collinsville, Oklahoma
July 27, 2014
Terry Due Inducted Into Coaches Hall of Fame
Former Collinsville & Dewey Coach Honored By Oklahoma Coaches Association
Just Retired As Collinsville Superintendent
Former Players Invited To Honor Coach Terry Due
Any and all coached by or with Terry Due (in any sport at any school) are invited to help honor him at halftime of Collinsville's home opener football game, Thursday September 4, 2014 (-vs- Oologah). The Collinsville Quarterback Club will be organizing the ceremony.
Check back for additional details.
Previous Coverage
Terry's Son Jackson Due is a 2014 CHS Graduate.
Terry's daughter Kelly Green is a 2001 CHS graduate.

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The Eleven Coach Inductees for 2014
Into the Oklahoma Coaches Hall of Fame

Terry Don Due -- Collinsville

Byron Graham -- Edmond Memorial

Ron Hartline -- Lawton MacArthur

Jerry Lomenick -- Bristow

Ernie Manning -- Lawton MacArthur

Cherie Myers -- Okarche

Gary Rose -- Carl Albert

Ricardo “Dick” Villaflor -- Heritage Hall

Mike Whaley -- Westmoore

Distinguished Service:
Cecil Devine -- Edmond

Don Sumner -- St. Gregory’s University

Coach Terry Due stood before a packed house at the Hall of Fame ceremony in Tulsa Sunday evening as his many coaching accomplishments were read and he received a standing ovation as he returned to his seat. Another former Collinsville football coach (Bob Craig, this year's vice president of the coaches association) made the plaque presentation to Terry.
Coach Terry Due was a 1972 Dewey HS graduate and head football coach there for 7 years before becoming the Collinsville head football coach in 1986. He coached several other sports and was also athletic director, principal, and superintendent in his 37 years as a member of the Oklahoma Coaching Association.