Harvey N. "Rusty" Russell (December 1895 – December 21, 1983) was an American football coach. He is mostly known for head coaching Southern Methodist University from 1950-52 as well as the longtime head coach at an Orphanage in Fort Worth Texas, The Masonic Home and School. Russell was inducted to the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame in 1990, and is also a member of the Sports Hall of Fame at Howard Payne University, the school he graduated from in 1922, as well as The Texas High School Coaches Hall of Honor, and The Texas Sports Hall of Fame. He won NCAA National Coach of the week when at SMU, once in 1950 and again in 1951 for his respective wins over Ohio State and Notre Dame . He helped co-author the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Code of Ethics in 1952 along with Coaches Bill Murray of Duke, Lloyd Jordan of Harvard and Bud Wilkinson of Oklahoma. That document is still used today. Russell was also a charter member of the National Football Hall of Fame Association. While in College at Howard Payne University in Texas, he was a three sport letterman (Track, Basketball and Football), was captain of both the Basketball and Football teams, and was named All Conference End in football in 1921 in the TIAA (Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association- forerunner of the Southwest Conference).