As the headline states, Jim Fassel was best-known for his time as the head coach of the New York Giants. His tenure was mostly unmemorable, however, outside of one NFC Championship Game appearance.
Fassel found much greater success in the United Football League, where he led the Las Vegas Locomotives, affectionately called the Locos for short, to back-to-back championships in the league’s first two seasons.
He died at the age of 71 on the date leaving 207 days in the year 2021:
I find it intriguing that the UFL was formed in 2007 and folded in 2012. The New York Giants won the Super Bowl to compete the 2007 NFL season, and won it again in 2012.
Both of Fassel’s UFL championships were won on November 27th, the 331st day of the year:
331 is the 67th Prime number
The date of his first title had Primary numerology of 67:
He died on June 7th, written 6/7 or 7/6. The Locomotives played their home games at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Jim passed away in Las Vegas.
The Milwaukee Bucks scored 86 points last night in their game against the Nets in New York City, where Fassel coached in the NFL.
Jim Fassel was born in ‘49
The Las Vegas Locomotives played their home games at Sam Boyd Stadium.
They won their first championship in Sam Boyd Stadium on a date with a Life Lesson number of 49:
The venue was renamed “Sam Boyd Stadium” 1008 months after Boyd was born in “Enid, Oklahoma” = 108. Fassel died of a Heart attack.
New York Giants
Fassel died 11089 days after the Giants won the Super Bowl in 1991. The King James Bible, more importantly known as the Masonic Bible, has 1189 chapters. It was first published in the year 1611. Measuring from his two title victories to his death gives us 11 years, 6 months, 11 days, and 10 years, 6 months, 11 days:
Jim Fassel was first brought on to the Giants coaching staff a couple of weeks after Super Bowl 25.
The 25th Prime number is 97
Fassel became head coach in ‘97