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"Running is like driving a car. When you drive, you’re looking quite a ways down the street. The things that are close you take care of automatically with reflex action.”
(Colorado College)...6'0'', 185...Earl Harry Clark ... Colorado College All-American, 1928 ... Called signals, played tailback, did everything superbly well ... Quiet, quick-thinking, exceptional team leader ... NFL's last dropkicking specialist ... All-NFL six of seven years ... NFL scoring champ three years ... Generalled Lions to 1935 NFL title ... Scored 368 points on 42 TDs, 71 PATs, 15 FGs ... Player-coach final two seasons ... Born October 11, 1906, in Fowler, Colorado ... Died August 5, 1978, at age of 71.
RT @ESPNStatsInfo: Keenan Allen had 11 receptions, 1 shy of the NFL record for most in a Thanksgiving Day game https://t.co/ETVbbK3QQw
Posted on 24 Nov
RT @ESPNStatsInfo: Adam Thielen is the @Vikings first 1,000-yard receiver this decade.
Every other NFL team already had a 1,000-yard recei…
Posted on 23 Nov