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Jim Boeke

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Jim Boeke

James Frederick Boeke (September 11, 1938 – September 26, 2014) was an American football offensive tackle in the National Football League for the Los Angeles Rams, Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints. He played college football at Heidelberg College. Early years Boeke was born in Akron, Ohio. He attended Cuyahoga Falls High School where he practiced football and track. He accepted a football scholarship from Heidelberg College, establishing himself as a two-way tackle in football and also lettering in track. In 1985, he was inducted as a charter member of the Heidelberg University Athletic Hall of Fame. In 2008, he was inducted into the Summit County Sports Hall of Fame. Professional career Los Angeles Rams Boeke was selected by the Los Angeles Rams in the nineteenth round (217th overall) of the 1960 NFL Draft. He was a backup offensive tackle. In 1963, he also played defensive tackle. On August 19, 1964, he was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for rookie running back Les Josephson.[1] Dallas

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Mel Anthony

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Mel Anthony

Mel Anthony is a former American football running back. He played football for the University of Michigan from 1962 to 1964 and was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1965 Rose Bowl after setting a Rose Bowl record with an 84-yard touchdown run. He played in the Canadian Football League in 1965 for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and in 1966 for the Montreal Beavers of the Continental Football League. Early years Anthony attended Roger Bacon High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He played on offense at the fullback position and on defense as a linebacker for Roger Bacon's football team. In December 1960, he was selected by the UPI as a first-team All-Ohio defensive player at linebacker.[1] University of Michigan In 1961, Anthony enrolled at the University of Michigan. He played at the fullback position for Bump Elliott's Michigan Wolverines football team from 1962 to 1964. He was Michigan's lead rusher in 1963 and 1964.[2] In two games against Iowa in 1963 and 1964, Anthony scored six touchdowns (three each in 1963

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Garrett Celek

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Garrett Celek

Garrett Bartholomew Celek[1] (born May 29, 1988)[1] is an American football tight end for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Michigan State. Celek signed with the 49ers as an undrafted free agent on May 4, 2012. He is the brother of former Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek. Early years Celek attended La Salle High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he played on the football team and was selected to the PrepStar's All-Midwest Team.[2] College career In his freshman year, he played in 12 games, notching 6 receptions, 50 receiving yards, and a receiving touchdown. On September 20, 2008, he caught 2 receptions for 15 yards against Notre Dame to help Michigan State win the game, 23–7.[3] In his sophomore year, he played in 10 games and he recorded 3 receptions for 33 yards and a touchdown. On October 10, 2009, he had 2 receptions for 20 yards against Illinois, in a 24–14 Michigan State victory.[4] In his junior year, he played in the first two

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Bob Gaiters

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Bob Gaiters

Robert James Gaiters (born February 26, 1938) is an American former National Football League player. Gaiters attended Santa Ana Junior College, and transferred to New Mexico State University in 1959.[1] He was a star player on its Aggies football team.[2] A fast tailback weighing over two hundred pounds,[3] Gaiters helped lead the Aggies during their undefeated season in 1960, and claimed the collegiate national championships in rushing and scoring.[4][5] He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 1961 American Football League Draft and by the New York Giants in the 1961 NFL Draft. He played two seasons in the NFL, spending time with the Giants and San Francisco 49ers. Gaiters spent the 1963 season with the Broncos of the AFL.[6] He then played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League in 1964.[7] Gaiters finished his career in the Continental Football League where he played for the Newark Bears in 1965, the Hartford Charter Oaks in 1966 and the Orange County Ramblers in 1967.[8][9][10]

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Tank Carradine

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Tank Carradine

Cornellius "Tank" Carradine (born February 18, 1990) is an American football defensive end who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He played college football at Florida State. Early years Carradine was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended Taft High School in Cincinnati, and played high school football for the Taft Senators. College career Carradine initially attended Butler Community College. He transferred to Florida State University, where he played for coach Jimbo Fisher's Florida State Seminoles football team in 2011 and 2012. Carradine totaled 11 sacks in 11 games in 2012, and suffered a season-ending torn ACL injury in November 2012. Professional career San Francisco 49ers The San Francisco 49ers selected Carradine in the second round, with the 40th overall pick, of the 2013 NFL Draft. On August 27, 2013, he was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list.[1] On October 29, 2013, he was activated and placed on the 53-

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Will Allen (safety)

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Will Allen (safety)

Will Allen (born June 17, 1982) is a former American football safety. Allen played college football for Ohio State University, and received All-American honors. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and also played for the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers. Early years Allen was born in Dayton, Ohio. He attended Wayne High School in Huber Heights, Ohio, and played high school football for the Wayne Warriors. Was a member of Wayne High School's 1999 Division I State Runner-Up team, along with fellow Ohio State recruit John Hollins. His high school jersey #4 is the only number that has been officially retired by Wayne High School. Allen was named Division I first-team all-Ohio by The Associated Press for his senior season. He was rated as the No. 4 defensive back prospect and the No. 27 overall prospect in the Midwest by SuperPrep, and rated as the No. 53 defensive back prospect in the nation by Rivals100.com. College career Allen received an athletic scho

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Wes Fesler

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Wes Fesler

Wesley Eugene Fesler (June 29, 1908 – July 30, 1989) was an American football, basketball, and baseball player and coach of football and basketball. He was a three-sport athlete at Ohio State University and a consensus first-team selection to the College Football All-America Team three straight years (1928–1930). Fesler was later the head football coach at Wesleyan University (1941–1942), the University of Pittsburgh (1946), Ohio State (1947–1950), and the University of Minnesota (1951–1953), compiling a career record of 41–40–8. He was also the head basketball coach at Harvard University (1933–1941), Wesleyan (1941–1944) and Princeton University (1945–1946), tallying a mark of 78–139. Fesler was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1954. Playing career Fesler came to Ohio State from Youngstown, Ohio. At Ohio State, Fesler was a member of both Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Beta Kappa, earning a total of nine varsity letters in baseball, basketball, and football. He was a charter inductee

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Ray Fisher (cornerback)

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Ray Fisher (cornerback)

Ray Fisher (born September 12, 1987) is a former American football wide receiver. He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Draft but did not make the team after the 2010 preseason. He played college football at Indiana University and high school football at Glenville High School. Fisher is the Big Ten Conference single-season record holder and the 2009 NCAA Division I FBS football season statistical champion for kickoff return average. Early years Fisher graduated from Glenville High School in Cleveland, Ohio, in May 2005. While attending, he lettered in football, basketball and track. Fisher played wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Ted Ginn, Sr. Fisher missed all of his senior season due to injury, but recorded 1,120 all-purpose yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior and picked off four passes. He garnered Northeast Lakes All-District honors as a junior and earned a spot on the ESPN.com Class of 2006 Wide Receivers to Watch List. He was a 300 huddler with hi

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Richard F. Gallagher

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Richard F. Gallagher

Richard F. Gallagher (October 28, 1909 – March 29, 1995) was a baseball, basketball and American football coach and administrator who served as an assistant with the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Cardinals of the National Football League in the 1940s and 1950s. Gallagher also coached at high schools in his native Ohio and was the head baseball and basketball coach at the College of William & Mary in Virginia from 1946 to 1947. He spent three years as head football coach at Santa Clara University in California in the early 1950s, and ended his career by becoming the general manager of the Buffalo Bills and later the director of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Gallagher grew up in Ironton, Ohio and was a star athlete in high school. He attended Kentucky Wesleyan College, where he continued to play sports. After graduation, he played briefly for the semi-professional Ironton Tanks in 1930 before starting a coaching career. He first coached in Pedro, Ohio and then at Ironton High School before getting his fir

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Jay Elliott

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Jay Elliott

Jayrone Carez Elliott (born November 11, 1991) is an American football outside linebacker for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Toledo, and was signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2014. College career Elliott attended Glenville High School. He accepted a football scholarship from the University of Toledo. He became a starter at defensive end as a senior, registering 70 tackles (third on the team), 9 sacks (led the team), 14 tackles for loss (led the team) and 5 forced fumbles (led the team). He finished his career with 47 games (12 starts), 124 tackles (22½ for loss), 16 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 4 passes defensed. Professional career Green Bay Packers After going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft, Elliott signed with the Green Bay Packers on May 12, 2014.[1] He was one of two undrafted players to make the Packers' opening day roster after posting 5 sacks in the preseason. Also had 1 sack his 1st year Elliott earned an NB

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Marcus Freeman (American football coach)

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Marcus Freeman (American football coach)

Marcus Freeman (born January 10, 1986) a former American football linebacker and coach, who is currently the Defensive coordinator for the University of Cincinnati football team. He was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Ohio State. Freeman has also been a member of the Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans. Early years Freeman was rated as one of the top three overall prospects in Ohio as a senior and named to the Parade All-America team. He was credited with 127 tackles, four sacks, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries as a senior. He totaled 152 tackles, including 29 behind the line of scrimmage, and eight sacks as a junior Freeman was a four-year starter and a two-time first-team All-Ohio selection. He also ran track, competing in the 4×100-meter relay and throwing the shot and discus. College career Attended The Ohio State University (2004–08), appearing in 51 games (37 starts) over the course of his career. He started 26 games

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Tommy Boutwell

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Tommy Boutwell

Thomas Mitchell Boutwell (born December 31, 1946) is a former American football wide receiver who played one season with the Miami Dolphins of the American Football League (AFL). He was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the thirteenth round of the 1969 NFL Draft. He first enrolled at Perkinston Junior College before transferring to the University of Southern Mississippi. Boutwell attended Hattiesburg High School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.[1] He was also a member of the Texarkana Titans.[2] References "TOMMY BOUTWELL". profootballarchives.com. Retrieved May 1, 2015. "1970 Texarkana Titans". profootballarchives.com. Retrieved May 1, 2015. External links Just Sports Stats College stats

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John Bowie (American football)

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John Bowie (American football)

John Bowie (born May 11, 1984) is a former American football cornerback. He was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He played college football at Cincinnati. Bowie was also a member of the Cleveland Browns, Hartford Colonials, Cincinnati Bengals and Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Early years Bowie played high school football at Northland High School. Professional career Pre-draft Bowie timed in at 4.37 in the 40-yard dash. Oakland Raiders Bowie was drafted in the 4th round by the Oakland Raiders with the pick the Raiders acquired by trading wide receiver Randy Moss to the New England Patriots. Bowie was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury for the 2008 season on August 25, 2008. On September 30, 2009, Bowie was waived from the Raiders and subsequently placed on injured reserve. He was released from injured reserve with an injury settlement on November 24. Cleveland Browns On February 8, 2010 Bowie was signed to a future contract by the Cleveland Browns. He was wai

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Tom Fussell

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Tom Fussell

Thomas Paul Fussell (born May 25, 1945) is a former professional American football player. He played as a defensive end for the Boston Patriots in the American Football League for one season, in 1967. He played in 12 games that season, starting in two. He attended Louisiana State University, where he played college football for the LSU Tigers football team.[1] Following his senior season at LSU, he was invited to play in the 1966 East–West Shrine Game.[2][3] Fussell was born in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Istrouma High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.[1] References "Thomas Fussell NFL & AFL Football Statistics". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved April 15, 2016. "KU's Harvey Set to Start on Defense in Shrine Game". Lawrence Journal-World. Associated Press. December 30, 1966. p. 11. Retrieved April 15, 2016. "LSU Football All-Star Game Appearances and Honors". lsusports.net. LSU Athletics. January 15, 2016. Retrieved April 15, 2016.

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Dick Adams (Canadian football)

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Dick Adams (Canadian football)

Richard Adams (born February 13, 1948), known as Dick or Dickie, was a gridiron football defensive back who played for the Houston Oilers of the National Football League and the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League. After being signed by the Rough Riders, Adams played in 63 regular season games from 1972 to 1976. He was named an All-Canadian player from 1972 to 1975.[1] Adams became a Grey Cup champion in 1973 after the Rough Riders defeated the Edmonton Eskimos 22–18 in the 61st Grey Cup. He also won another Grey Cup with Ottawa in 1976. References Maher, Tod; Gill, Bob (2013). The Canadian Pro Football Encyclopedia: Every Player, Coach and Game, 1946–2012. Maher Sports Media. p. 140. ISBN 978-0983513667.

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Randy Hart

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Randy Hart

Randy Hart (born March 9, 1948) is a former American football player and coach, earning national championships as both a player and coach. He served as a college assistant coach for over forty seasons including over twenty at the University of Washington. Hart primarily served as a defensive line coach during his career. High school Hart was a three-time letterman in football, wrestling and track at South High School in Willoughby, Ohio.[1] College Hart earned three letters as an offensive guard on the Ohio State Buckeye football team under coach Woody Hayes. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in education in 1970, then earned a master's degree in higher education administration in 1972.[1] Coaching career Hart coached under four College Football Hall of Fame members: Woody Hayes, Earle Bruce, Jim Young, and Don James. Hart's participation in 10 Rose Bowls are the second most in the game's history.[2] Hart retired from coaching after the conclusion of the 2015 season.[3] References TBD (2013-04

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Parris Campbell

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Parris Campbell

Parris Campbell (born July 16, 1997) is an American football wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Ohio State and was drafted by the Colts in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Early years Campbell attended St. Vincent–St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio.[1] He played wide receiver and running back in high school. As a senior, he ran for 1,584 yards and 22 touchdowns. He committed to Ohio State University to play college football.[2] Campbell also ran track in high school.[3] College career After redshirting his first year at Ohio State in 2014, Campbell played in four games as a freshman in 2015, but did not record any receptions. As a sophomore in 2016, he had 13 receptions for 121 yards and added 21 kick returns for 584 yards. As a junior in 2017, Campbell had 40 receptions for 584 yards and three touchdowns.[4][5] He returned to Ohio State his senior season in 2018.[6][7][8] College statistics Ohio State Buckeyes Year

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Bruce Beekley

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Bruce Beekley

Bruce Beekley (born Bruce Edward Beekley[1]) is a former linebacker in the National Football League. Beekley was drafted in the tenth round of the 1979 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. He would play the following season with the Green Bay Packers.[2] References "Bruce Beekley". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2011-07-10. "Bruce Beekley Green Bay Packers Stats". Fantasy Football Challenge.com. Retrieved 2011-07-10.

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Jayrone Elliott

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Jayrone Elliott

Jayrone Carez Elliott (born November 11, 1991) is an American football outside linebacker who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Toledo, and was signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2014. College career Elliott attended Glenville High School. He accepted a football scholarship from the University of Toledo. He became a starter at defensive end as a senior, registering 70 tackles (third on the team), 9 sacks (led the team), 14 tackles for loss (led the team) and 5 forced fumbles (led the team). He finished his career with 47 games (12 starts), 124 tackles (22½ for loss), 16 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 4 passes defensed. Professional career Green Bay Packers After going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft, Elliott signed with the Green Bay Packers on May 12, 2014.[1] He was one of two undrafted players to make the Packers' opening day roster after posting 5 sacks in the preseason. Also had 1 sack his 1st year Elliott earned an NBC game ball during the Packers' Sep

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Reaves Baysinger

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Reaves Baysinger

Reaves Henry Baysinger (February 22, 1902 – December 4, 1994) was the head football coach at Syracuse from 1947 to 1948. Despite his strong ties to the university he only produced a 4–14 (.222) record. On a higher note, in 1927, he coached the freshman basketball team to an undefeated 23–0 record. Baysinger played college football as a guard and end at Syracuse. During his senior season, he was an honorable mention all-American. He also played basketball as a point guard, and baseball as an outfielder. Baysinger played one game in the NFL as a member of the Rochester Jeffersons in 1924.[1] He died in 1994. Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Syracuse Orangemen (Independent) (1947–1948) 1947 Syracuse 3–6 1948 Syracuse 1–8 Syracuse: 4–14 Total: 4–14 References "pro-football-reference.com". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved November 26, 2015.

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Judd Garrett

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Judd Garrett

Judd Garrett (born June 25, 1967) is a former American football running back in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys. He also was a member of the Las Vegas Posse in the Canadian Football League and the London Monarchs in the World League of American Football. He played college football at Princeton University. He currently is the Director of Pro Scouting for the Dallas Cowboys. Early years Garrett attended University School in Hunting Valley, Ohio, where he earned a varsity letter in football, basketball, and track. He was named Most Valuable Player in all three sports his senior year. In football, as a senior, Garrett gained a school record 2,011 yards rushing and scored 35 touchdowns. He was selected first team All-state and received the Cleveland Touchdown Club's Lou Groza Award which is given to the Most Valuable Player in Northeast Ohio. He graduated in 1985. Prior to University School, from 1978 to 1981 Garrett attended grade school at Saint Ann Catholic School which is located in Clev

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Myles D. Evans

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Myles D. Evans

Myles D. "Mike" Evans (December 3, 1901 – November 11, 1982) was an American football player and coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at Hiram College from 1928 to 1930, compiling a record of 4–19.[2] References "Myles Evans". profootballarchives.com. Retrieved July 3, 2018. "Hiram--Mike Evans". The Coshocton Tribune. Coshocton, Ohio. October 4, 1928. Retrieved July 10, 2018. External links Pro Football Archives profile

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Jim Ballard

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Jim Ballard

James Ballard (born April 16, 1972) is a former American football quarterback. College career Ballard was a one-year starter at Wilmington College then transferred after his freshman year to Mount Union College. While at Mount Union, Ballard broke numerous school, conference and NCAA records en route to leading the Purple Raiders to their first ever Division III National Championship in 1993. A two time First Team All-American Team member in 1992 and 1993, and an Honorable Mention All-American in 1991, Jim shattered 17 Division III records and threw for over 12,000 yards and over 150 touchdowns. The two-time recipient of the Mike Gregory Award, which is given to the Ohio Athletic Conference's top offensive back, he was a three time All-Conference selection and suffered only one OAC loss during his college career. Ballard won the inaugural Melberger Award and the Gagliardi Trophy as Division III's Player of the Year. He held every Mount Union passing record by the end of his career and still holds the NCAA r

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Tom Casey (Canadian football)

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Tom Casey (Canadian football)

Thomas Ray Casey, better known as Tom "Citation" Casey (July 30, 1924 – October 10, 2002)[1] played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Interprovincial Football Union from 1950 to 1956, during which time he led the league in rushing yards and was named a divisional all-star each year. He was elected into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1964, the first African American to be inducted.[2] He also played one year for the Hamilton Wildcats in 1949. He was named to the All-Time Blue Bomber Greats 75th Anniversary team. Casey was a practicing medical doctor. Casey attended Hampton University. He was inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in 1993. Casey died on October 10, 2002. Casey was the son-in-law of African American entrepreneur Samuel B. Fuller.[3][4] References "Tom Casey". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2019-03-21. Stein, Jaime (February 9, 2007). "Celebrating Black History Month". CFL.ca. Canadian Football League. Retrieved 2009-09-20. "WORLD: Weddings

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Mike Drake

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Mike Drake

Michael Alan Drake (January 15, 1957 – August 12, 2005) was an American football player and coach.[1] He was a star running back at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.[2] He served as the head football coach at Western New Mexico University in Silver City, New Mexico from 1984 to 1986.[3] References "Michael Drake". legacy.com. Retrieved July 10, 2018. "BEHIND THE NUMBERS: #1-10". wmubroncos.com. June 4, 2012. Retrieved July 28, 2018. "Michael Drake". ancestry.com. Retrieved July 27, 2018. External links Mike Drake at Find a Grave

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Gale Bullman

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Gale Bullman

Delmar Gale Bullman (September 18, 1901 – June 24, 1977) was an American football player and coach. He played college football at West Virginia Wesleyan College and professionally in the National Football League (NFL) with the Columbus Tigers.[1] Bullman served as the head football coach at the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy—now known as Missouri University of Science and Technology—from 1937 to 1963, compiling a record of 90–105–9. He was also athletic director there from 1937 to 1967. Bullman was born in Sistersville, West Virginia. During World War II, he served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy. Bullman died on June 24, 1977 in Rolla, Missouri.[2] References "Delmar Bullman". Pro-Football-Reference. Retrieved July 3, 2018. "Gale Bullman Is Dead At 75". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. St. Louis, Missouri. June 26, 1977. p. 5D. Retrieved August 1, 2018 – via Newspapers.com . External links Career statistics and player information from Pro-Football-Reference Gale Bullman at Fin

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Deke Edler

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Deke Edler

Robert Karl "Deke" Edler (August 29, 1897 – June 1, 1953) was an American football player and coach.[1] He played for one season for the Cleveland Indians of the National Football League (NFL), in 1923.[2] Edler served as the head football coach at Otterbein College—now known as Otterbein University—from 1929 to 1934, compiling a record of 21–24–4. Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Otterbein Cardinals (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1929–1934) 1929 Otterbein 3–5 3–5 12th 1930 Otterbein 4–3–1 3–2 5th 1931 Otterbein 5–3 5–1 4th 1932 Otterbein 4–2–2 4–2–2 7th 1933 Otterbein 3–4–1 3–3–1 T–9th 1934 Otterbein 2–7 2–4 T–16th Otterbein: 21–24–4 20–17–3 Total: 21–24–1 References "Robert Edler". Pro-Football-Reference. Retrieved July 3, 2018. "Deke Edler". NFL.com. Retrieved July 10, 2018. External links Career statistics and player information from NFL.com · Pro-Football-Reference Deke Edler

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Roger Harper (American football)

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Roger Harper (American football)

Roger Michael Harper is a former professional American football safety in the National Football League for the Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys. He also was a member of the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League. He played college football at Ohio State University. Early years Harper attended Independence High School. As a senior wingback, he gained over 1,600 yards in total offense with an average of 16.5 yards-per-reception. He received All-Ohio honors and was awarded the James A. Rhodes Trophy. He was also an All-state basketball player. College career He accepted a football scholarship from Ohio State University. He became a starter as a sophomore, tying for the team lead with 3 interceptions, including returning a Drew Bledsoe pass for a 42-yard touchdown against Washington State University. As a junior, he led the team with 4 interceptions. At the end of the season, he declared his intention to enter the NFL Draft.[1] He finished his college career with 118 tackles (75 solo) and 7 interception

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Rod Achter

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Rod Achter

Rodney Lee Achter (born February 14, 1961), better known as Rod Achter, is a former gridiron football wide receiver. Achter was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the ninth round of the 1983 NFL Draft with the 239th overall pick. He later played for the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1984, recording three catches for 10 yards in two regular season games.[1] References Maher, Tod; Gill, Bob (2013). The Canadian Pro Football Encyclopedia: Every Player, Coach and Game, 1946–2012. Maher Sports Media. p. 139. ISBN 978-0983513667.

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Khary Campbell

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Khary Campbell

Khary K. Campbell (born April 4, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York) is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys, New York Jets, Washington Redskins and Houston Texans. He played college football at Bowling Green. Early years Campbell played at Sylvania Southview High School in Sylvania, Ohio, where he was a three-year starter at free safety, while also starting at halfback and wide receiver. As a junior, he registered 83 tackles, 5 interceptions and received first team All-NLL honors. As a senior, he compiled 134 tackles, 65 carries for 385 yards, 5 rushing touchdowns, 47 receptions for 717 yards and 6 receiving touchdowns, earning All-Northern Lakes League honors. He also ran the 200 and 400 metres in track.[1] College career Campbell accepted a football scholarship from Bowling Green. He played free safety in 2 games as a true freshman, until suffering sprained ligaments in his lower back and being redshirted. As a redshirt freshman, he started 11 games at

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Brian Dowling (American football)

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Brian Dowling (American football)

Brian John Dowling (born April 1, 1947) is a former college and professional football player and was the starting quarterback of the Yale University football team in the late 1960s. He set, and held for decades, a number of Yale passing records. He finished 9th in the vote for the 1968 Heisman Trophy, and was awarded the Nils V. "Swede" Nelson Award for sportsmanship in 1967. At Yale, he was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and Skull and Bones Society. Dowling lost only one football game in grammar school, and never lost a game he completed throughout high school and college. In Dowling's final collegiate game, his 1968 Yale team was undefeated, nationally ranked and heavily favored going into The Game against Harvard University at Cambridge. Although likewise unbeaten and untied, the Crimson were also unheralded. Harvard, trailing 29–13 with 42 seconds remaining, rallied to tie the game, while Dowling stood helplessly on the sideline. As a result, both schools shared the Ivy League title. The

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Tony DeCarlo

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Tony DeCarlo

Tony DeCarlo (July 12, 1940 – April 18, 2018) was an American football and collegiate wrestling coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at John Carroll University from 1987 to 1998, compiling a record of 90–27–4.[2] Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs John Carroll Blue Streaks (Presidents' Athletic Conference) (1987–1988) 1987 John Carroll 5–4 3–3 4th 1988 John Carroll 7–2 4–2 T–2nd John Carroll Blue Streaks (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1989–1998) 1989 John Carroll 9–2 7–1 1st L NCAA Division III First Round 1990 John Carroll 8–2 8–1 2nd 1991 John Carroll 5–3–2 5–2–2 T–3rd 1992 John Carroll 8–2 7–2 T–2nd 1993 John Carroll 6–4 5–4 4th 1994 John Carroll 9–1 8–1 T–1st 1995 John Carroll 6–2–2 5–2–2 3rd 1996 John Carroll 9–1 8–1 2nd 1997 John Carroll 10–2 8–1 2nd L NCAA Division III Quarterfinal 1998 John Carroll 8–2 7–2 3rd John Carroll: 90–27–4 75–22–4 Total

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Edward Chupa

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Edward Chupa

Edward Alexander Chupa (August 2, 1918 – October 30, 2013) was an American football player and coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio from 1953 to 1954 and at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania from 1956 to 1959, compiling a career college football coaching record of 12–24–2.[2][3] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Hiram Terriers (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1954–1955) 1954 Hiram 2–4–1 1–3–1 T–11th 1955 Hiram 5–3 3–2 5th Hiram: 7–7–1 4–5–1 Washington & Jefferson Presidents (NCAA College Division independent) (1956–1957) 1956 Washington & Jefferson 3–4–1 1957 Washington & Jefferson 1–6–1 Washington & Jefferson Presidents (Presidents' Athletic Conference) (1958) 1958 Washington & Jefferson 1–7 Washington & Jefferson: 5–17–1 Total: 12–24–2 References "Edward "Steady Eddy" Chupa". magicvalley.com. Ret

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Joe Burrow

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Joe Burrow

Joe Burrow (born December 10, 1996) is an American football quarterback for the LSU Tigers. Before transferring to LSU, Burrow began his college career at Ohio State. Early years Burrow is the son of former University of Nebraska, NFL and CFL player Jimmy Burrow, who went on to a coaching career that lasted nearly 40 years. The elder Burrow, whose last coaching position was defensive coordinator at Ohio University for more than a decade, retired after the 2018 season in part to be able to see all of Joe's games in his final college season. Joe was born in Ames, Iowa while his father was on the staff at Iowa State.[1] According to a 2019 Sports Illustrated story, "The Burrow athletic lineage dates back nearly a century." In the 1940s, one of his grandmothers set a Mississippi state high school record with an 82-point game in basketball. His paternal grandfather played basketball at Mississippi State; his uncle, John Burrow, played football at Ole Miss; and two older brothers also played football at Nebraska.

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John Brandeberry

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John Brandeberry

John Benjamin Brandeberry (December 13, 1893 – September 23, 1953) was an engineering professor and American football player and coach.[1] He was the first head football coach at the University of Toledo, serving for one season, in 1917, and compiling a record of 0–3.[2] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Toledo Blue and Gold (Independent) (1917) 1917 Toledo 0–3 Toledo: 0–3 Total: 0–3 References "John Brandeberry". Toledo Hall of Fame. Retrieved July 10, 2018. "John Brandeberry". Find a Grave. Retrieved July 10, 2018. External links John Brandeberry at Find a Grave

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Carl K. Benhase

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Carl K. Benhase

Carl Kenneth "Benny" Benhase (September 5, 1929 – February 8, 2018) was an American football player and coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana in 1963, compiling a record of 0–9.[2] Benhase played college football at Miami University under head coach Woody Hayes. As a high school football coach in Ohio, he was an early pioneer of the no-huddle offense.[3] Head coaching record College Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Hanover Panthers (Hoosier Conference) (1963) 1963 Hanover 0–9 0–5 6th Hanover: 0–9 0–5 Total: 0–9 References "Carl Benhase". legacy.com. Retrieved July 10, 2018. "Carl Benhase". tuftschildmeyer.com. Retrieved July 10, 2018. "The Rattle of Theta Chi". Theta Chi Fraternity Inc. 1962. Retrieved July 10, 2018.

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Christian DiLauro

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Christian DiLauro

Christian DiLauro (born November 11, 1994) is an American football offensive tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Illinois. He was signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2018. College career DiLauro started in 38 games for Illinois. As a freshman in 2014, DiLauro was named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team. [1] Professional career Cleveland Browns DiLauro went undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft. On May 4, 2018, DiLauro was signed by the Cleveland Browns.[2] DiLauro was waived on September 1, 2018 but was re-signed two days later to the Browns' practice squad.[3][4] On September 4, 2018, DiLauro was cut from the Browns' practice squad.[5] San Francisco 49ers On September 26, 2018, DiLauro was signed to the San Francisco 49ers' practice squad.[6] He signed a reserve/future contract with the 49ers on January 2, 2019.[7] He was waived on August 21, 2019.[8] Houston Texans DiLauro signed with the Houston Texans on August 2

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Harry Fritz (coach)

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Harry Fritz (coach)

Harry G. Fritz (June 13, 1920 – May 27, 1987) was a collegiate athletics administrator and an American football, basketball, and baseball coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri in 1952.[2] Fritz was also the head baseball coach at his alma mater, Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky from 1947 to 1948.[3] Before his retirement, he served as the head of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.[4] Fritz was the father of current Tulane Green Wave football coach Willie Fritz.[5] Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Central Missouri State Mules (Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association) (1952) 1952 Central Missouri State 1–6 1–4 T–5th Central Missouri State: 1–6 1–4 Total: 1–6 References "Harry Fritz" (PDF). Bemidji State University. Retrieved December 6, 2018. "Services were scheduled Friday for Harry Fritz". United Press Interna

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Paul Adams (American football)

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Paul Adams (American football)

Paul Hampton Adams (December 12, 1919 – September 24, 1995) was an American football player and coach.[1] He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) in 1947.[2] Adams served as the head football coach at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky from 1956 to 1958, compiling a record of 4–21–4.[3] References "Paul Adams". Pro Football Archives. Retrieved December 15, 2018. "All Time Roster Name" (PDF). nfl.com. Retrieved December 6, 2018. "Paul Adams". Morehead State Eagles. Retrieved December 6, 2018. External links Paul Adams at Find a Grave

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Dennis Fryzel

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Dennis Fryzel

Dennis Fryzel (February 21, 1942 – July 6, 2009) was the last head football coach at the University of Tampa. He was the captain of the football team at Garfield Heights High School, where he lost his teeth to on-the-field injuries. He attended Denison University, where he played football and ran track. Although offered a tryout by the Boston Patriots, he was unable to bulk up enough to accept. He entered the coaching ranks with jobs at his former high school, Columbia University, and Williams College, before being offered the defensive coordinator position by Tampa head coach Earle Bruce. Fryzel took over the head coaching position when Bruce was offered a job at Iowa State University the next year. Fryzel coached for two years at the University of Tampa, before the program was disbanded. Ironically, Fryzel, who had become the fourth UT head coach in as many years, had given assurances on his hiring that he intended to serve out his three-year contract, and not use it to serve as a springboard to a higher-pr

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Merlin A. Ditmer

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Merlin A. Ditmer

Merlin Ammon Ditmer (April 9, 1886 – March 10, 1950) was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football coach (1920–1926) and head men's basketball coach (1920–1925) at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio.[1] Ditmer moved to Oxford, Ohio to work an assistant football and basketball coach at Miami University before serving as the school's athletic director from 1941 to 1948.[2] Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Otterbein Cardinals (Independent) (1920) 1920 Otterbein 1–7 Otterbein Cardinals (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1921–1926) 1921 Otterbein 1–5–2 1–3–2 13th 1922 Otterbein 2–6 2–6 15th 1923 Otterbein 5–3 4–3 6th 1924 Otterbein 2–5 2–5 T–15th 1925 Otterbein 0–6–2 0–5–1 20th 1926 Otterbein 2–5 1–5 18th Otterbein: 13–37–4 10–27–3 Total: 13–31–4 References "Men's Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). Otterbein Cardinals men's basketball. Retrieved December 6, 20

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Stanley Hall (coach)

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Stanley Hall (coach)

Stanley Hall (born March 9, 1914) was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa in 1946.[1] Additionally, he served as Wartburg's head men's basketball coach from 1946–47.[2] Hall served as the head men's basketball coach at Bemidji State University from 1948 to 1954 before moving into the same role at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa from 1954 to 1956.[3] References "Football Record Book" (PDF). Wartburg Knights football. Retrieved December 6, 2018. "Men's Basketball Records". Wartburg Knights men's basketball. Retrieved December 6, 2018. "Men's Basketball Record Book" (PDF). Bemidji State Beavers men's basketball. Retrieved December 6, 2018.

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Abraham L. Artz

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Abraham L. Artz

Abraham Lincoln "Link" Artz (March 26, 1865 – January 2, 1916) was an American football player and coach. He was an 1888 graduate of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.[1] He played lettered as a halfback for the Dartmouth football team in 1886 and 1887.[2] Artz served as the head football coach at Otterbein University in 1891, compiling a record of 2–1.[3] His tenure included a season-opening victory over Ohio State.[4] References Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, Volume 8. Dartmouth Secretaries Association. Retrieved December 30, 2018. "Football Letter Winners A-B". Dartmouth College. Retrieved December 30, 2018. "Otterbein Yearbook". Otterbein University. Retrieved December 30, 2018. "All-Time Results" (PDF). Otterbein University. Retrieved January 1, 2019. External links Abraham L. Artz at Find a Grave

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Matt Finkes

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Matt Finkes

Matthew Scott "Matt" Finkes (born February 12, 1975) is an American former professional football defensive end who played in the NFL for the New York Jets in 1997.[1] References The ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia (First ed.). Steriling Publishing. 2007. ISBN 1-4027-4216-9.

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Lysle K. Butler

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Lysle K. Butler

Lysle K. Butler (1903 – July 1973) was an American football, basketball, and tennis coach and college athletics administrator.[1] Butler served as the head football coach at Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana from 1928 to 1929. He spent the next 28 seasons coach at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, where he also served as the head basketball coach in four separate stints.[2] References "Hall of Fame listing" (PDF). NACDA. Retrieved December 30, 2018. "Lysle Butler". Oberlin Yeomen. Retrieved December 30, 2018. External links Lysle K. Butler at Find a Grave

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Vinnie Clark

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Vinnie Clark

Vincent Eugene Clark (born January 22, 1969 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a former American football cornerback in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, and the Jacksonville Jaguars. He played college football at Ohio State University. In 2005, Clark was named an assistant coach for the Arena Football League team the Columbus Destroyers. The head coach for the Destroyers was Chris Spielman, Clark's former teammate at Ohio State.[1] References http://www.columbusdestroyers.org/team/history.php

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Keith Browner

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Keith Browner

Keith Browner Sr. (born January 24, 1962) is a former American football defensive end and outside linebacker. He is the father of Keith Browner, Jr. who was a linebacker for the Cal Golden Bears and plays defensive end for the Houston Texans.[1][2] College career Browner was drafted out of the University of Southern California with the 30th pick in the second round.[3] Professional career He played in the National Football League between 1984 and 1988 for Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the San Diego Chargers and in Arena Football between 1990 and 1997. Personal His eldest brother, Ross Browner, was elected to the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1999. Another brother, Joey Browner, also played for the USC Trojans and was one of the top players in the NFL in the 1980s. His nephew, Rylan Browner, plays football for the University of Arizona. His son, Keith Browner Jr., plays college football defensive end for the University of California, Berkeley. His t

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Ross Browner

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Ross Browner

Ross Dean Browner (born March 22, 1954) is a former American football defensive end who played 10 seasons in the NFL, mainly for the Cincinnati Bengals. Browner was named to the Bengals' 40th Anniversary Team in 2007. Early life Growing up in Warren, Ohio, Browner was primarily interested in swimming and diving before concentrating on football. He attended Warren Western Reserve High School and during his senior year he was named first-team AAA (big school) all-state defensive end.[1] College years Ross Browner was one of the most decorated defensive players in the history of college football. At the University of Notre Dame he was a four-year starter at defensive end in 1973 and 1975-77.[2] He was a unanimous All-America his junior and senior seasons of 1976 and 1977. In 1976, he won the Outland trophy as the nation's best interior or defensive lineman also in 1976 United Press International named him Lineman of the Year. He won the Lombardi Trophy as the nation's best lineman and the Maxwell Award as th

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Mike Clark (American football coach, Bridgewater)

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Mike Clark (American football coach, Bridgewater)

Michael Clark is an American football coach and former college football player. He is currently the head football coach at Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, Virginia, a position he has held since 1995.[1] Clark played college football at the University of Cincinnati from 1976 to 1979.[2] While at Bridgewater, he has led a remarkable turnaround of a historically struggling program. In 2001, he lead Bridgewater to the NCAA Division III National Championship game, which they narrowly lost to Mount Union University, 30-27.[3] References "Mike Clark". Bridgewater Eagles football. Retrieved December 30, 2018. "Cincinnati Football Media Guide" (PDF). Cincinnati Bearcats football. 2009. Retrieved January 13, 2019. "2001 National Championship". Mount Union Purple Raiders football. Retrieved January 13, 2019.

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Wayne Davis (American football)

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Wayne Davis (American football)

Wayne Elliot Davis (July 17, 1963 – March 16, 2008) was an American football cornerback in the National Football League for the San Diego Chargers, the Buffalo Bills, and the Washington Redskins. He played college football at Indiana State University. High school career Davis started his career as a running back and played high school football at Mount Healthy High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. College career Davis played college football at Indiana State University, where he first started playing cornerback. Davis received three NCAA All-America honors in 1984, including the Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year award. In 2002, he was inducted into the ISU Athletics Hall of Fame. Davis was a member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. Professional career Davis was drafted in the second round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers. He then had a six-year career in the NFL and played for the Chargers, Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins. In his professional career, he totaled five in

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