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"I think my talents would have been ideally suited to the wide-open type of football they play today.”
(Virginia)...5'10'', 182...William McGarvey Dudley ... Virginia's first All-American, 1941 ... Steelers' No. 1 draft choice, 1942 ... Unorthodox style, but exceptionally versatile, awesomely efficient ... Won rare "triple crown" (NFL rushing, interception, punt return titles), 1946 ... All-NFL , 1942, 1946 ... Most Valuable Player, 1946 ... Gained 8,217 combined net yards, scored 478 points, had 23 interceptions in career ... Born December 24, 1921, in Bluefield, Virginia ... Died February 4, 2010, at age 88.
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Posted on 21 Sep
HOFer Hugh “Shorty” Ray was born OTD in 1884. 1st technical advisor on the rules & supervisor of officials for the … https://t.co/fCcj3LLfMr