Having enjoyed a successful collegiate coaching career at Navy during the s, San Francisco native Eddie Erdelatz was hired as the Raiders first head coach. In January , the Raiders were established in Oakland, and because of NFL interference with the original eighth franchise owner, were the last team of eight in the new American Football League to select players, thus relegated to the remaining talent available see below. The Raiders man roster included 28 rookies and only 14 veterans. In their debut year under Erdelatz the Raiders finished with a 6—8 record.
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A statue, located in the Upper Quad of campus commemorates Add's journey to enroll. They complete the first half of the mile march in the fall and the second half in the spring. Lane , a former Confederate General who taught civil engineering and commerce at the college and is the namesake of Lane Hall, one of the oldest buildings on campus, built in His wartime exploits included among other things, hatching a plot to assassinate the Commanding General of the United States Army , Winfield Scott , that was vetoed by the Confederate government who feared that the elderly, infirm, and obese Scott would be replaced by someone more fit for command; sneaking into the War Office during lunch hour to lift copies of documents describing General McClellan 's battle plans for the Peninsula Campaign , a large-scale offensive by the Union Army to capture the Confederate capitol at Richmond from the desk of a friend who was a double agent ; conspiring to kidnap U. President Abraham Lincoln from the White House ; and jumping from a speeding train to escape after being captured by Union forces.