In a somewhat bittersweet ending to 64 years of coaching college football, John Gagliardi of St. John’s in Collegeville, Minn., called it quits with 489 wins, by far the most at any level of play. (The major college leader is Bobby Bowden with 377 career wins). The disappointment for Gagliardi is that the Division III Johnnies were only 5-5 this season, their first nonwinning season since 1986. Still, Gagliardi will be remembered as much for his refusal to go along with the crowd as for his team’s many wins. There was no tackling during short, 90-minute practices. He didn’t use blocking sleds, didn’t require weight training, truly made academics a top priority, and insisted that his players call him John and not Coach.