Revered football coach who spent eighteen seasons because the head coach from the Auburn University Tigers. He received a National Tournament with the group in 1913 and was ultimately inducted in to the University Soccer Hall of Popularity. He spent four years at Yale University or college, where he performed quarterback. The road which Auburn football’s Jordan-Hare Stadium is made, Donahue Drive, is known as in his honor. He includes a child called Mike Jr.. He and Pat Dye are two of Auburn football’s esteemed coaches.