| Overall UK Wins: 10 | Overall UK Losses: 1 | Win % 90.9 |
Date of Birth: November 5, 1908
Date of Death: November 30, 1981
Hometown: Markle, IN
Alma Mater: Indiana 
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|2/8/1947||Kentucky at DePaul||L||47 - 53||23||26||25||32||0||3||-||Referee - Jim Crowe (Indiana) and Umpire - Chip Cain (Xavier)|
|1/22/1949||Kentucky at DePaul||W||56 - 45||26||21||26||31||3||1||-||Jim Crowe (South Bend) and Jim Beiersdorfer (Cincinnati)|
|2/19/1951||Kentucky at DePaul||W||60 - 57||22||18||18||24||0||0||-||Max Macon and Jim Crowe|
|12/21/1953||Duke at Kentucky||W||85 - 69||19||23||32||31||0||1||-||Matty Begovich and Jim Crowe|
|12/22/1953||La Salle at Kentucky||W||73 - 60||13||17||29||24||0||0||-||Ronnie Gibbs and Jim Crowe|
|1/9/1954||Georgia Tech at Kentucky||W||105 - 53||27||22||37||31||2||2||-||Bob Forsythe and Jim Crowe|
|1/11/1954||DePaul at Kentucky||W||81 - 63||24||24||38||41||3||2||-||Jim Crowe and Ray Lackey|
|1/16/1954||Tulane at Kentucky||W||94 - 43||15||18||21||19||0||2||-||Hollis Wilson and Jim Crowe|
|1/23/1954||Kentucky at Tennessee||W||97 - 71||23||18||25||33||1||1||-||Hollis Wilson and Jim Crowe|
|12/18/1954||Temple at Kentucky||W||79 - 61||22||18||30||33||2||1||-||Jim Crowe and Bob Forsythe|
|12/22/1954||La Salle at Kentucky||W||63 - 54||12||6||9||21||0||0||-||Jim Crowe and Ronnie Gibbs|
Obituary - South Bend (IN) Tribune (December 4, 1981)
Crowe, Former Football Coach, Dies at Age 72
Garland J. (Jim) Crowe, who coached football teams at Central and Adams high schools during the World War II years during a 20-year coaching career, was buried this week in Markle, Ind., after his death last Monday in St. Joseph's Medical Center.
Crowe, 72, had experienced three heart attacks after his retirement as a teacher in 1972. He had retired as the Adams football coach in 1950 after guiding the Eagles to two winning seasons, the first in the school's history. He coached four years at Central, his 1945 team winning a share of the Northern Indiana Conference's Eastern Division championship. He moved to the Adams job in 1946.
A native of Markle, Crowe played varsity football as an end at Indiana University, where he roomed with former I.U. basketball coach Branch McCracken for three years. After graduating in 1930 he coached football and basketball at Lowell High in Lake County, then spent six years at Huntington where his football teams won 19 straight games. He came to South Bend in 1942 to join the Central staff.
Crowe officiated basketball in the Big Ten and Southeastern conferences. He worked the Indiana high school state championship game in 1948. He later officiated football in the Mid-American Conference and the National Football League for six years.
He lived at 2005 Waterview Ct.