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Dennis Fowlkes

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Dennis Fowlkes

Dennis Fowlkes was a professional American football player who played linebacker for the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins.[1] References Dennis Fowlkes. Pro Football Reference. Retrieved September 15, 2012.

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Curtis Anderson

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Curtis Anderson

Curtis Lee Anderson (born May 16, 1957) is a former American football defensive end in the National Football League for the Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers. He also was a member of the Michigan Panthers, Oklahoma Outlaws and Jacksonville Bulls in the United States Football League. He played college football at Central State University. Early years Anderson attended Withrow High School. He accepted a football scholarship from Central State University. He was a three-year starter at defensive end and also played defensive tackle occasionally in a five-man defensive line. He led the team in sacks and tied for the lead in interceptions in his last 3 seasons. As a junior, he had 12 sacks in 10 games. As a senior, he registered 7 sacks in 9 games. In 2011, he was inducted into the Central State University Athletic Hall of Fame. Professional career Anderson was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the 5th round (128th overall) of the 1979 NFL Draft. He was waived on August 18.[1] On October 9, 1979, he

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Mike Calhoun

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Mike Calhoun

Michael Edward Calhoun (May 6, 1957 – August 23, 1997) was an American football defensive tackle in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He also was a member of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League. He played college football at the University of Notre Dame. Early years Calhoun attended Fitch High School. He accepted a football scholarship from the University of Notre Dame. He was a three-year starter at defensive tackle. As a junior, he had 2 key fumble recoveries against Clemson University, to allow quarterback Joe Montana to complete a 21-17 come-from-behind victory.[1] He was a part of the 1977 national championship team. His weight dropped from 260 to 206 pounds between his junior and senior years. As a senior, he was third on the team with 99 tackles (8 for loss). He made 17 tackles in the season opener against the University of Missouri. He had notable performances in his two Cotton Bowl appearances against the Univer

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Bob Brotzki

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Bob Brotzki

Robert John Brotzki (born December 24, 1962) is a former American football offensive tackle in the National Football League for the Indianapolis Colts and the Dallas Cowboys. He played college football at Syracuse University. Early years Brotzki attended St. Mary Central Catholic High School in Sandusky, Ohio, where he played as a tight end. He accepted a football scholarship from Syracuse University. As a freshman, he was named the starter at tight end, finishing fifth on the team with 15 receptions for 131 yards and no touchdowns. As a sophomore, he was switched to offensive tackle and was named the starter at left tackle. He recorded 45 consecutive starts during his college career. Professional career Indianapolis Colts Brotzki was selected by the Indianapolis Colts in the ninth round (228th overall) of the 1986 NFL Draft. As a rookie, he was moved to offensive guard, before being placed on the injured reserve list with a back injury on August 30.[1] He was activated on November 5. In 1987, he was mo

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Bryon Cook

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Bryon Cook

Bryon Christopher William Cook (born March 24, 1995) is an American football defensive back who is currently a free agent. He played college football at the Baldwin Wallace University. He is the cousin of Jordan Holland. He has been a member of the Cedar Rapids Titans and Lehigh Valley Steelhawks. References "Bryon Cook, An Opportunity Awaits". Gridiron Crew. Retrieved 11 January 2019.

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Justin Hardee

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Justin Hardee

Justin Hardee (born February 7, 1994) is an American football cornerback for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Illinois. College career Hardee committed to Illinois as a three-star prospect out of Cleveland, Ohio where he racked up a total of 841 yards receiving throughout his entire career.[1] College statistics Year Team GP Rec Yards TDs 2016 Illinois 12 25 314 0 2014 Illinois 10 19 240 1 2013 Illinois 6 11 95 0 2012 Illinois 0 17 192 0 College totals 28 72 841 1 Professional career Houston Texans Hardee was signed by the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent on May 12, 2017.[2] He was waived on September 2, 2017.[3] New Orleans Saints On September 7, 2017, Hardee was signed to the New Orleans Saints' practice squad.[4] He was promoted to the active roster on September 23, 2017.[5] In Week 9, Hardee blocked a punt by Bryan Anger and returned it for a touchdown in a 30-10 win over the Buccaneers, earning him NFC Spec

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Robert Burch (American football)

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Robert Burch (American football)

Robert Boyd Burch (August 11, 1886 – November 15, 1967) was an American football player and coach and judge. He served as the head coach at the University of Cincinnati from 1909 to 1911, compiling a record of 16–8–2. Burch played college football at Yale University and was captain of the 1908 Yale Bulldogs football team. Burch moved to San Diego, California in 1927. He was appointed in 1939 to the bench of the Superior Court of San Diego, serving until his retirement in 1960. Burch died on November 15, 1967, in San Diego.[1] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Cincinnati (Independent) (1909) 1909 Cincinnati 4–3–1 Cincinnati (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1910–1911) 1910 Cincinnati 6–3 3–1 T–3rd 1911 Cincinnati 6–2–1 2–1–1 5th Cincinnati: 16–8–2 5–2–1 Total: 16–8–2 References "Robert B. Burch". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Cincinnati, Ohio. November 18, 1967. p. 24. Retrieved April 1, 2019 – via Newspapers.com . External

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Kenny Anunike

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Kenny Anunike

Kenny Chidozie Anunike (born May 22, 1990) is an American football defensive end who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Duke. College career During his four-year career at Duke, he totaled 148 tackles, 26 tackles for a loss, 4 forced fumbles, and 15 sacks. His best season came in 2013 when he totaled 67 tackles, 13.5 tackles for a loss, and 6 sacks.[1] While at Duke, he was known as the "Night Train". Professional career Denver Broncos Anunike was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Broncos on May 12, 2014. He spent his rookie year in 2014 on injured reserve due to an elbow injury after competing with the Broncos during the preseason. [2] In 2015, Anunike played in three games without recording a statistic. On February 7, 2016, Anunike was part of the Broncos team that won Super Bowl 50. In the game, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers by a score of 24–10.[3] Anunike did not play in the game because he was on injured reserve. He was waived by the Broncos on August 8, 201

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David Bruton (American football)

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David Bruton (American football)

David Lee Bruton Jr. (born July 23, 1987) is a former American football strong safety and special teamer. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Notre Dame. He was also a member of the Washington Redskins. High school career Bruton attended Miamisburg High School in Miamisburg, Ohio. As a senior, he recorded 54 tackles, three interceptions and broke up seven passes on defense, while catching 10 passes for 200 yards on offense. He earned All-Division I-II all-area honors from Dayton Daily News and won all-district honors on defense. College career Bruton played four seasons for Notre Dame, playing as a starter in his junior and senior seasons. Bruton finished his career with 214 total tackles and seven interceptions. His best season came as a senior, when he finished second on the team with 97 total tackles and had a team-high four interceptions. In Bruton's final college game, he had an interception in the Hawaii Bowl, helping Notre Da

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Tom Crabtree

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Tom Crabtree

Thomas Lewis Crabtree (born November 4, 1985) is a former American football tight end in the National Football League (NFL). He spent most of his career with the Green Bay Packers, with whom he won Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Early years Crabtree played high school football for Bloom-Carroll High School in Carroll, Ohio.[1] He attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where he played tight end for the RedHawks for four seasons from 2005 to 2008. Primarily known as an excellent blocker, during his career at Miami he caught 40 passes for 329 yards (an 8.1 average) with two touchdowns.[2] He graduated from Miami with a degree in secondary education.[3] Professional career Kansas City Chiefs Crabtree was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent on May 8, 2009. He appeared in all four of Kansas City’s preseason games, with two catches for 19 yards. He was then waived in the Chiefs' final roster cutdown on September 6, but he was signed to the Chiefs’ practice squad the nex

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Gary Arthur

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Gary Arthur

Gary Arthur (born January 9, 1948) is a former American football tight end. He played for the New York Jets from 1970 to 1971.[1][2] References "Gary Arthur Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2019-04-15. "Gary Arthur, TE". Nfl.com. Retrieved 2019-04-15.

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Stanley G. Backman

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Stanley G. Backman

Stanley G. Backman (November 15, 1885 – March 26, 1970) was an American football coach, college athletics administrator, military officer, and government administrator. He served as the head football coach at the University of South Dakota from 1931 to 1933, compiling a record of 11–16–1.[1] A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Backman was a three-year letter winner for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, from 1908 to 1910.[2] He entered the United States Army in 1917 and served during World War I as a captain in the engineers. Backman was dean of men at the University of Georgia and coached freshman football there from 1924 to 1926. During World War II, he was the commander of Manila in the Philippines, following the liberation of the city by Douglas MacArthur's forces. After the war, Backman served in occupied Germany as member of the Diplomatic Corps with the Inter-Allied Rhineland Commission.[3] In 1946, he was nominated by United States President Harry S. Truman to be a regional director within the War Asse

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Robert Brownson

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Robert Brownson

Robert W. Brownson (December 19, 1922 – October 17, 1975) was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football coach at Ashland College—now known as Ashland University—in Ashland, Ohio from 1954 to 1957, compiling a record of 21–10–1.[1] Brownson was also the head basketball coach at Ashland from 1954 to 1958, tallying a mark of 28–45.[2] He was the athletic director at Ashland from 1959 to 1971. Brownson died on at the age of 52, on October 17, 1975, at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio.[3] Head coaching record College football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Ashland Eagles (Mid-Ohio League) (1954–1957) 1954 Ashland 7–0 1955 Ashland 7–2 1956 Ashland 3–5 1957 Ashland 4–3–1 Ashland: 21–10–1 Total: 21–10–1       National championship         Conference title         Conference division title or championship game berth References "Bob Brownson". Ashland County Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved Decem

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Roland Bevan

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Roland Bevan

Roland Bevan (October 12, 1888 – August 16, 1957) was an American football and college basketball coach. He served as the head football coach at the University of Dayton from 1911 to 1912 and at Muskingum University in Concord, Ohio from 1913 to 1914, compiling a creer college football coaching record of 12–12–2.[1] After serving as a high school football coach at several stops in Ohio, he made his way to Dartmouth College, where he was a trainer.[2] At the time of his death in 1957, he was working as a trainer for the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.[3] Head coaching record College football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Dayton Flyers (Independent) (1911–1912) 1911 Dayton 3–3–1 1912 Dayton 4–2 Dayton: 7–5–1 Muskingum Fighting Muskies (Independent) (1913–1914) 1913 Muskingum 3–2–1 1914 Muskingum 2–5 Muskingum: 5–7–1 Total: 12–12–2 References "2018 Football Guide" (PDF). University of Dayton. 2

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Nate Davis (quarterback)

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Nate Davis (quarterback)

Nate Charles Davis (born May 25, 1987) is an American football quarterback for the Amarillo Venom of Champions Indoor Football (CIF). He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL draft. He played college football at Ball State. College career As a starter for all of his three seasons at Ball State, Davis set the team's all-time record for touchdown passes in a season with 30 during the 2007 season. He finished his sophomore season with 3,667 yards passing, 30 touchdowns, six interceptions, and 235 rushing yards with five rushing touchdowns. As a junior in 2008, Davis led his team to 12 straight victories to start the season before the Cardinals fell to Buffalo in the Mid-American Conference championship game following five turnovers involving Davis. For the year, Davis threw for 3,446 yards, 26 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also posted a passer rating of 164.04, which was an improvement on his 139.13 as a sophomore and 146.65 as a freshman. On January 13, 2009, Davis

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Mike Edwards (cornerback)

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Mike Edwards (cornerback)

Mike Edwards (born April 26, 1991) is an American football cornerback who is currently a free agent. He was signed by the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2013. He played college football for the Hawaii Warriors of the University of Hawaii. In 2012, he led all college football players in kickoff return yards. High school Edwards attended Glenville High School in Cleveland, Ohio, and was a member of the school's football and track teams. He helped the football team reach the regional semi-finals as a senior. Edwards scored his team's sole touchdown in an 8-7 loss to Cleveland St. Ignatius. As a senior, he had 34 tackles and five interceptions and was named to the All-State first team.[1][2] College Edwards played for the University of Tennessee in 2009. He appeared in eight games and had five tackles. He then redshirted the 2010 season at Coffeyville Community College.[1] In 2011, Edwards went to the University of Hawaii and started 12 games at cornerback. He had 43 tackles that season. He also

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Marquise Blair

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Marquise Blair

Marquise Blair (born July 18, 1997) is an American football safety for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Utah.[1] Professional career Blair was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the second round, 47th overall, of the 2019 NFL Draft.[2] References Kragthorpe, Kurt (April 24, 2019). "Marquise Blair is Utah's top NFL draft prospect, as Chase Hansen's health makes him a mystery". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved September 18, 2019. Boyle, John (April 26, 2019). "Seahawks Select Utah Safety Marquise Blair In Second Round Of 2019 NFL Draft". Seattle Seahawks. Retrieved September 18, 2019. External links Utah Utes bio

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John Cominsky

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John Cominsky

John Cominsky (born November 22, 1995) is an American football defensive end for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Charleston and was drafted by the Falcons in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.[1] Professional career Cominsky was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth round (135th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.[2] References "University of Charleston's John Cominsky grows into NFL draft hopeful". Charleston Gazette-Mail. April 25, 2019. McFadden, Will; Conway, Kelsey (April 27, 2019). "2019 NFL Draft: Falcons select John Cominsky in the fourth round". AtlantaFalcons.com. External links Charleston bio

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George Asafo-Adjei

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George Asafo-Adjei

George Asafo-Adjei (born January 12, 1997) is an American football offensive tackle for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at the University of Kentucky.[1] Professional career Asafo-Adjei was drafted by the New York Giants in the seventh round, 232nd overall, of the 2019 NFL Draft.[2][3] He was placed on injured reserve on August 31, 2019 with a concussion.[4] References "George Asafo-Adjei". ukathletics.com. Retrieved 27 April 2019. Salomone, Dan (April 27, 2019). "OT George Asafo-Adjei taken with 232nd overall pick". Giants.com. Stapleton, Art (27 April 2019). "NFL Draft: NY Giants make Bronx-born tackle George Asafo-Adjei's dream come true". northjersey.com. Retrieved 27 April 2019. Eisen, Michael (August 31, 2019). "New York Giants announce 53-man roster". Giants.com.

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Mike Edwards (safety)

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Mike Edwards (safety)

Mike Edwards (born May 18, 1996) is an American football safety for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Kentucky.[1] Professional career Edwards was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round of 2019 NFL Draft.[2] References "Mike Edwards still feels he has to prove his worth to the NFL". WKYT. April 8, 2019. Vitali, Carmen (April 26, 2019). "Buccaneers Select Mike Edwards in Third Round of the 2019 NFL Draft". Buccaneers.com. External links Kentucky bio

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Larry Bevan

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Larry Bevan

Lorenzo D. "Larry" Bevan (December 13, 1889 – January 10, 1930) was an American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio fro 1916 to 1917, compiling a record of 6–11. Bevan was also the head basketball coach at Ohio Northern for two seaosn, in 1916–17 and 1919–20.[1] He played Minor League Baseball for one season, in 1907.[2] Bevan died on January 10, 1930, at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He was the brother of another college football and basketball coach, Roland Bevan.[3][4] Head coaching record College football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Ohio Northern Polar Bears (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1916–1917) 1916 Ohio Northern 3–7 2–5 T–10th 1917 Ohio Northern 3–4 0–4 T–13th Ohio Northern: 6–11 2–9 Total: 6–11 References "Men's Basketball History" (PDF). Ohio Northern Polar Bears men's basketball. Retrieved April 24, 2019. "L. Bevan". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved April

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Pharaoh Brown

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Pharaoh Brown

Pharaoh Brown (born May 4, 1994) is an American football tight end for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL). He was signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent on May 5, 2017 following the 2017 NFL Draft. Brown played college football at the University of Oregon. Early life Brown grew up in Lyndhurst, Ohio where he played football and basketball at Brush High School, graduating in June 2012.[1] During the college recruiting process, Brown initially committed to play for Michigan in May 2011, but ultimately signed his letter of intent to play at Oregon in February 2012. [2] College career Brown played collegiate football at the University of Oregon. During his first year with the Ducks (2012), he was only targeted 3 times making 2 receptions for 42 yards. The following year, Brown appeared in 7 games making 3 starts and made 10 receptions for 123 yards, and 2 touchdowns. During his junior year, Brown would make his most touchdown receptions during his collegiate career at

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Kit Cartwright

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Kit Cartwright

Kit Cartwright (born January 4, 1954) is former American football coach. He served as the head football coach at Butler University from 2002 to 2005. After compiling a 7–36 record at Butler, he was fired as the school's head football coach, effective at the end of the 2005 season.[1][2] Cartwright is a native of Toledo, Ohio. He attended Bowling Green State University, where he played defensive back as a walk-on under head coach Don Nehlen. He graduated from Bowling Green in 1976. Since that time, Cartwright has been a football coach at 13 different universities, including Toledo (graduate assistant, 1976), Ohio Wesleyan (defensive coordinator, 1977), Penn State (part-time assistant, 1978), Bowling Green (defensive secondary coach, 1979-1982),[3] Purdue (defensive secondary and receivers coach, 1983–1986), Eastern Illinois (offensive coordinator, 1987–1988), Colorado State (1989–1992), Ball State (offensive coordinator, 1993), Michigan (quarterback and receivers coach, 1994–1995),[4] and Indiana (passing gam

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Drew Haddad

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Drew Haddad

Drew Haddad (born August 15, 1978) is a former National Football League wide receiver, who played for the Indianapolis Colts and the Buffalo Bills. He finished his career with the San Diego Chargers. He was drafted with the 25th pick of the 7th round in the 2000 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills.[1] He started his career at the famed program of Saint Ignatius High School, helping to lead his team to a national championship. He played college football for the University at Buffalo where he was the all-time leading receiver. In the fall of 2007 he was inducted into the University at Buffalo's Athletic Hall of Fame. His father-in-law is Ed O'Neil who was a first round pick in the 1974 NFL draft of the Detroit Lions. His brother-in-law, Keith O'Neil also played in the NFL. References Graham, Tim (April 17, 2000). "Haddad thrilled to go from the Bulls to the Bills". The Buffalo News. Archived from the original on August 19, 2016. Retrieved August 18, 2016.

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John Brickels

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John Brickels

John Lewis "Stub" Brickels (April 6, 1906 – March 17, 1964) was a high school, college and professional football coach who served as a backfield coach for the Cleveland Browns between 1946 and 1948. Brickels began his coaching career in 1930, after graduating from Wittenberg University in Ohio, where he was a standout as a halfback on the school's football team. He coached high school football and basketball teams in Ohio and West Virginia in the 1930s and early 1940s before becoming the head basketball coach at the West Virginia University in 1944. He held that post until 1945, when Cleveland Browns coach Paul Brown hired him to recruit players for the Browns, a team under formation in the All-America Football Conference, while Brown served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. When the Browns began play in 1946, Brickels became the team's backfield coach, holding the post until he was named an assistant football coach at Miami University after the 1948 season. He was promoted to head basketball coach and a

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Harold Ave

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Harold Ave

Harold Charles Ave (March 29, 1900 – August 9, 1986) was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football coach at Eureka College in 1938, at Eastern Illinois State Teachers College—now known as Eastern Illinois University—from 1939 to 1942, and at Western Illinois University in 1948, compiling a career college football record of 15–28–2. Ave was also the head basketball coach at Eureka from 1939 to 1942, tallying a mark of 35–25. Ave played college football at Baldwin-Wallace College—now known as Baldwin Wallace University—and the Carnegie Institute of Technology—now known as Carnegie Mellon University. He was the athletic director and head coach at Willoughby High School in Willoughby, Ohio before he was hired at Eastern Illinois.[1] Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Eastern Illinois Panthers (Illinois Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (1938) 1938 Eastern Illinois 5–3 Eastern Illinois: 5–3 Eureka Red De

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Vince Costello

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Vince Costello

Vincent Costello (April 8, 1932 – June 22, 2019) was an American football linebacker who played twelve seasons in the National Football League for the Cleveland Browns (1956–66) and New York Giants (1967–68). He later coached with Paul Brown as linebackers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals (1969–1973); Miami Dolphins (1974) and the Kansas City Chiefs (until his retirement). Biography Costello graduated from Magnolia High School in 1949.[1] Costello lived in Kansas City, Missouri, where he owned a company that makes and designs various sports collectibles, including a line exclusively designed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His store was called Vince Costello's Collectibles. In 2012, the Plain Dealer named Costello the 56th best player in Browns history.[2] References "Vince Costello? Go Figurine, That's is what Former Browns Linebacker is Into These Days– Selling Figurines of Hall of Fame Players". Akron Beacon Journal. Black Press Ltd. July 24, 1999. (subscription required) Peticca, Mike (2012

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Bob Gibson (American football)

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Bob Gibson (American football)

Robert M. Gibson (April 6, 1927[1] – April 10, 2015) was an American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at Bowling Green University 1965 to 1967. Gibson played college football as a quarterback at Youngstown State University, from which he graduated in 1950. Coaching for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL) as offensive coordinator in 1978, Gibson called the play that resulted in "The Miracle at the Meadowlands".[2] The Miracle at the Meadowlands Playing their archrival the Philadelphia Eagles, the Giants were leading 17–12 and had possession of the ball with only 30 seconds left.[3] They had only to kneel the ball to end the game, as the Eagles had no timeouts.[3] Gibson ordered Giants quarterback Joe Pisarcik to run play "Brown right, near wing, 65 slant",[4] which called for Pisarcik to hand the ball off to fullback Larry Csonka. The handoff was botched and Eagles cornerback Herman Edwards picked up the loose ball and ran in for the game-winning score.[3]

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Sam Busich

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Sam Busich

Samuel Busich (November 17, 1913 – February 1, 1991) was an American football end in the National Football League for the Boston Redskins, Cleveland Rams, and the Detroit Lions. He also played professional basketball for the Columbus Athletic Supply in the National Basketball League for one game in 1937–38. Busich played both sports collegiately at Ohio State University. Some sources say this athlete's name was Peter Paul Basich,[1][2] though no newspaper or third party historical records have yet been found to verify that. Most sources point to his name being Samuel Busich.[3][4][5][6] References "Pete Basich NBL stats". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved July 28, 2019. "Pete Basich Statistics". Just Sports Stats. Retrieved July 28, 2019. "Sam Busich". Peach Basket Society. August 13, 2015. Retrieved July 28, 2019. "Sam Busich vs. Pete Basich". Peach Basket Society. June 11, 2018. Retrieved July 28, 2019. "Sam Busich". Pro Basketball Encyclopedia. Retrieved July 28, 2

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Dan Godsil

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Dan Godsil

Dan Godsil (born August 19, 1996) is an American football long snapper who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Indiana, and was signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent in 2019.[1] College career Godsil started in all 50 games of his collegiate career as Indiana's long snapper, becoming the first Hoosier (along with Jonathan Crawford) to start in 50 games. As a freshman, he served as the team's long snapper on punts only, taking over duty as both long and short snapper in his sophomore year. For his career, he registered eleven tackles, nine solo. He was named Academic All-Big Ten in 2017 and 2018, and second-team All-American by Phil Steele in 2018.[2] A former walk-on, Godsil earned scholarships for his final three years at IU during fall camp.[3] Professional career Pre-draft measurables Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad BP 6 ft 4 in(1.93 m) 241 lb(109 kg) 33 in(0.84 m) 10 1⁄

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Ken Campbell (basketball)

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Ken Campbell (basketball)

Albert Kenton Campbell (June 10, 1926 – October 6, 1999) was an American professional basketball player.[1][2] He played in the National Basketball League for the Hammond Calumet Buccaneers during the 1948–49 season and averaged 5.0 points per game.[1][3] He played both football and basketball at the University of Kentucky.[2] References "Albert Campbell NBL stats". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 21, 2019. "Kenton Campbell". Peach Basket Society. June 23, 2016. Retrieved August 21, 2019. "Albert Campbell Statistics". Just Sports Stats. Retrieved August 21, 2019. External links Big Blue History profile

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James Baxter (American football)

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James Baxter (American football)

James Richard Baxter (October 1, 1892 – July 26, 1961) was a minor league baseball player and an American football player and coach.[1] Minor League Baseball Baxter played for the Toledo Mud Hens of the Southern Michigan League in 1914 and later the American Association in 1927.[2] He also played for the Jackson Vets and Flint Vechicles of the Southern Michigan League in 1915. College football coach Baxter served as the head football coach at University of Toledo for a lone season in 1918, compiling a record of 1–1. Professional football Baxter played for two season in the National Football League (NFL), first for the Racine Legion in 1923 and later for the Kenosha Maroons in 1924.[3] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Toledo Blue and Gold (Independent) (1918) 1918 Toledo 1–1 Toledo: 1–1 Total: 1–1 References "Jimmy Baxter". Pro Football Archives. Retrieved June 18, 2019. "Mud Hens Historical Section" (PDF). milb.com. Retrieve

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Sean Clifford

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Sean Clifford

Sean Burke Clifford (born July 14, 1998) is an American football quarterback for the Penn State Nittany Lions. Early years Clifford attended St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. During his career, he passed for 4,004 yards and 30 touchdowns with a school record 1,100 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns as a quarterback. He committed to Penn State University to play college football.[1][2] College career After redshirting his first year at Penn State in 2017, Clifford spent 2018 as Trace McSorley's backup.[3] He appeared in four games, completing five of seven passes for 195 yards with two touchdowns.[4] In 2019, Clifford was named the starting quarterback.[5][6] References Bodani: Incoming PSU QB Clifford a born leader Four-star 2017 quarterback Sean Clifford commits to Penn State Penn State's perfect backup quarterback: Sean Clifford's folkloric start ‘A born leader’: How Sean Clifford will push to replace Penn State’s Trace McSorley in 2019 Penn State names Sean Clifford its 2019 sta

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Nate Hall

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Nate Hall

Nathan Michael Hall (born April 6, 1996) is an American football linebacker for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Northwestern University. Early years Hall attended Southview High School, where he practiced football, basketball and track. In football, he was a two-way player at tight end and defensive back. As a senior, he received All-Ohio, All-Blade and All-Conference honors. He finished his high school career with 111 tackles, 3 interceptions and 16 receptions for 408 yards. College career Hall accepted a football scholarship from Northwestern University. As a redshirt freshman, he replaced an injured Jaylen Prater and started the last 4 games at outside linebacker. He tallied 56 tackles (fifth on the team). He had 10 tackles against Penn State University. As a sophomore, he appeared in 13 games with 8 starts at middle linebacker. He collected 73 tackles (third on the team) and 6 tackles for loss. As a junior, he was named a full-time starter at

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C. J. Conrad

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C. J. Conrad

C.J. Conrad (born May 9, 1996) is an American football tight end who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Kentucky. College career In his career at Kentucky, Conrad compiled eighty receptions, one thousand fifteen receiving yards, and twelve receiving touchdowns. His twelve touchdowns are second all-time for tight ends at Kentucky behind James Whalen.[1] Professional career After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, Conrad was signed by the New York Giants.[2] He was waived on August 31, 2019 and was signed to the practice squad the next day.[3][4] He was released on September 17. Personal life His parents, Mike and Lois Conrad, both played basketball at Tiffin University. His brother, Austin, plays defensive end at Ohio. His sister, Mackenzie, played collegiate softball at Akron and Coastal Carolina.[1] References "C.J. Conrad - Football". University of Kentucky Athletics. Retrieved 2019-05-16. "C.J. Conrad relishing comeback with Giants after career was nearly cut short".

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Bob Hallen

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Bob Hallen

Robert Joseph Hallen (born March 9, 1975) is a former American football player. Hallen played high school football at Mentor High School, where he was honorable mention all-state his senior season after serving as team captain. Hallen was a four-year starter at Kent State University while starting 44 consecutive games. In the Spring of 1997, Hallen was awarded the Don Nottingham Cup as the team's top offensive player at the conclusion of Spring practice. He was a first-team All-Mid-American Conference choice in 1997 after switching to right tackle after three seasons at center. Hallen also served as team captain during the senior year. Following his senior season, Hallen was chosen to play in the 1998 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, marking the first time a Kent State player participated in this bowl game. Hallen was selected in the 1998 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round [1] (53rd overall) and went on to play in Super Bowl XXXIII. He played from 1998 to 2001 for the Falcons. He also playe

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Don Allard

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Don Allard

Donald J. Allard (April 21, 1936 – May 4, 2002[1]) was an American college and professional football quarterback selected by the Washington Redskins in the first round of the 1959 NFL Draft. He played college football at Boston College, and played professionally in the American Football League for the New York Titans in 1961 and the Boston Patriots in 1962, in the Canadian Football League for the Saskatchewan Roughriders from 1959 to 1960 and the Montreal Alouettes from 1961 to 1962,[2] and in the Atlantic Coast Football League with the Boston Sweepers in 1964 and the New Bedford Sweepers in 1965. He was the highest-drafted Boston College Eagles football player in school history until Matt Ryan in 2008. See also List of American Football League players References Some sources indicate Allard's date of death as April 4, 2002, but social security death records verified by the family list it as May 4, 2002 "Don Allard". The Encyclopedia of CFL History. Retrieved 2019-02-27. Maher, Tod; Gill, Bob (2013

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Dick Flanagan

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Dick Flanagan

Richard E. Flanagan (October 31, 1927 in Sidney, Ohio – September 27, 1997) was a National Football League center who played eight seasons. He also played RB in college and his first year with the Bears, LB until his last 2 years in the game, and OG also.

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Dike Beede

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Dike Beede

Dwight Vincent "Dike" Beede (January 23, 1903 – December 10, 1972) was an American football player and coach. He served as the first head football coach at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania in 1926, Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania fro 1934 to 1936, and Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio from 1938 to 1972, compiling a career college football coaching record of 162–132–18. In 1941, he invented and introduced the penalty flag, now a common fixture of American football.[1] Some sources spell his name "Dyke" Beede.[2] Early life and playing career Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology—now known as Carnegie Mellon University—where he studied structur

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Matt Eberflus

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Matt Eberflus

Matt Eberflus (born May 17, 1970)[1] is an American football coach who is the defensive coordinator for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He has also been the linebacker coach for the Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys, as well as coached at Toledo and Missouri.[2] Playing career High school Eberflus attended Whitmer High School in Toledo, Ohio, where he graduated in 1988 after helping lead the team to the state semifinals in 1987. College Eberflus was a four-year letterman and a three-year starting linebacker at Toledo from 1988 to 1991 under three different coaches: Dan Simrell, Nick Saban and Gary Pinkel. Eberflus earned First Team All-MAC honors as a junior and again as a senior, leading the team in tackles both years. As a junior, Eberflus helped lead the Rockets to a 9-2 record and a MAC co-championship. As a team captain his senior year, Eberflus was chosen for the Nicholson Award as the team's Most Valuable Player. His 21 tackles against Northern Illinois University th

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Tim Fox (American football)

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Tim Fox (American football)

Timothy Richard Fox (born November 1, 1953) is a former American football safety who played for the New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams from 1976 to 1986.[1] Fox was born in Canton, Ohio, where he played football at Glenwood High School.[1] He continued to play football while attending Ohio State University, and was a co-captain his senior year along with the only two time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin under the great coach Woody Hayes. He was selected in the 1st round (21st overall) in the 1976 NFL Draft by the Patriots.[1] He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1981. [2] Fox remained in Foxboro, Massachusetts after he retired in 1987 for 12 years until 1999 when he decided to make Westwood, Massachusetts his new home. Tim currently resides in Hull, Massachusetts and has been there since 2007. Fox has been working for R.R. Donnelley & Sons since 1992 and is currently the Sales Director for the New England region.[3] He has two daughters, Haley and Landin, and one son, C

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Greg Frey

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Greg Frey

Greg Frey (born January 29, 1968) is a former American football player. He is 1986 graduate of St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati,[1] where he played quarterback. As a three-year starting quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes, he led the team to two notable come-from-behind wins. On September 24, 1988, he rallied Ohio State from a 33–20 deficit in the final four minutes to a 36–33 victory over the ninth-ranked LSU Tigers. On October 28, 1989, the Buckeyes were losing 31–0 to the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Frey brought the team back for a 41–37 win, throwing a total of 362 yards. Frey went on to play professional football for the Ohio Glory in the World League of American Football in 1992, and then in the original Arena Football League for the 1993 Cleveland Thunderbolts.[2] Frey later spent three years as the offensive coordinator for Pickerington High School North, engineering an offense that pushed the team closer to the postseason than any other team in Pickerington history. He currently offers privat

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Ashton Dulin

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Ashton Dulin

Ashton Dulin (born May 15, 1997) is an American football wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Malone University. College career Dulin was a four year starter for the Malone Pioneers. He was named first team All-Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) in his junior season after recording 59 receptions for 1,050 yards and 10 touchdowns. As a senior, the final season of Malone's football team before it was discontinued, Dulin was again named first team All-G-MAC and both the conference Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Year after catching 61 passes for 984 yards and 11 touchdowns, rushing for 120 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries and returning 28 kickoffs for 836 yards and three touchdowns.[1] He finished his collegiate career with 189 receptions for 3,188 yards and 28 touchdowns while also rushing for 387 yards and three touchdowns on 53 carries.[2] Professional career Dulin signed with the Indianapolis Colts as an undraft

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Eric Cunningham (American football)

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Eric Cunningham (American football)

Eric Allan Cunningham (March 16, 1957 – January 22, 1995) was an American football offensive lineman in the National Football League (NFL) who played for the New York Jets. He played college football at Penn State University.[1][2] Early years Cunningham attended at South High School in Akron, Ohio.[3] College career Cunningham attended and played college football at the Penn State from 1975-1978.[4] Professional career Cunningham was selected in the fourth round (#96 overall) of the 1979 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. Personal life Cunningham died at the age of 37 on January 22, 1995, in New Haven, Connecticut. References "Eric Cunningham Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2019-09-23. "Eric Cunningham, G". Nfl.com. Retrieved 2019-09-23. "Eric A. Cunningham". Summit County Sports Hall of Fame.com. Retrieved 2019-09-23. "All-PennState_1970-79". Nittanyanthology.com. Retrieved 2019-09-24.

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Dustin Cohen

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Dustin Cohen

Dustin Will Cohen (born December 22, 1976) is a former American football linebacker who played for the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Miami University.[1][2] References "Dustin Cohen Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2019-10-11. "Dustin Cohen, LB". Nfl.com. Retrieved 2019-10-11.

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Deral Boykin

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Deral Boykin

Deral Lamont Boykin (born September 2, 1970 in Kent, Ohio) is a former American football safety in the National Football League for the Los Angeles Rams, Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles, and Jacksonville Jaguars. He played college football at the University of Louisville and was drafted in the six round of the 1993 NFL Draft.[1] References "Deral Boykin Stats".

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Charles N. Crosby

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Charles N. Crosby

Charles Noel Crosby (September 29, 1876 – January 26, 1951) was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania and an American football coach in the early years of the sport. Early life Charles N. Crosby was born in a farming settlement named Cherry Valley, near Andover, Ohio. He attended the New Lyme Institute and Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania. He attended Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was a member for the football team, graduating in 1897.[1] He moved to Linesville, Pennsylvania, in 1901, engaging in the manufacture of silos and in the lumber business. He became engaged in agricultural pursuits in 1914. He was a member of the Linesville and Meadville Boards of Education from 1920 to 1929, and served as president of the Meadville Chamber of Commerce from 1922 to 1924.[2] Political career Crosby was elected as a Democrat to the Seventy-third, Seventy-fourth, and Seventy-fifth Congresses representing Pennsylvania's 29th congressional dist

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Lynn Bowden Jr.

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Lynn Bowden Jr.

Lynn Bowden Jr. is an American football wide receiver, return specialist and quarterback for the Kentucky Wildcats. Early life and high school Bowden grew up in Youngstown, Ohio and originally attended Liberty High School. He played running back during his freshman year before becoming the Leopards starting quarterback as a sophomore and was named first team OHSAA Division V All-State after passing for 761 yards with 13 touchdowns and four interceptions and rushing for 1,782 yards. Bowden transferred to Warren G. Harding High School going into his junior year after his family moved to Warren, Ohio.[1] As a senior, Bowden passed for 1,366 yards and rushed for 2,277 yards and scored a combined 57 touchdowns and was named the OHSAA Division II Offensive Player of the Year and was the runner-up for Ohio's Mr. Football Award.[2] Bowden was rated a four star prospect by Scout.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports. He initially committed to play college football at Indiana, but de-committed before deciding to play at the

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John Anderson (discus thrower)

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John Anderson (discus thrower)

John Franklin Anderson (July 4, 1907 – July 11, 1948) was an American athlete who competed mainly in the discus throw. He won the gold medal in this event at the 1932 Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles, United States.[2] Anderson graduated from Cornell University in 1929, where he was a member of the Quill and Dagger society. Prior to graduation from Cornell, he placed fifth at the 1928 Olympics in the discus throw. He later improved to beat the world record holder, Paul Jessup, at the 1932 Final Trials. He then took the gold medal in Los Angeles with a new Olympic record. He won the AAU title in 1933 and in June 1936 he had the best throw of his career in winning the Eastern Olympic Trials, 165-9 (50.62 m), but he failed to make a third consecutive Olympic team. Anderson was also an above-average performer with the shot (49 feet) and won the 1929 IC4A indoor shot put title. While at Cornell, Anderson played tackle on the football team for three years, was on the track team for three years, captaining it a

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William M. Bell

William McNeil "Big Bill" Bell Sr. (June 10, 1909 – May 10, 1991) was an American football player and coach and college athletics administrator.[1] He served as the head football coach at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina from 1934 to 1935, Florida A&M University from 1936 to 1942, and North Carolina A&T State University from 1946 to 1956.[2][3] Bell was the first African-American football player in the history of the Ohio State Buckeyes football program.[4] After graduating from Ohio State in 1932, Bell was an assistant coach at Howard University in Washington, D.C. for two years. In 1934, he was hired as athletic director and head football coach at Claflin.[5][6] Bell married to the former Henrietta Louise Lee of Charleston, South Carolina.[7] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Florida A&M Rattlers (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (1936–1942) 1936 Florida A&M 2–4–1 L Orange Blossom Classic 1937

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