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"You got to enjoy punishment because you are going to deliver so much of it, and you are going to get so much of it…If you are prepared you don’t really feel the punishment during the game.”
(Louisiana State)...6'0'', 214...James Charles Taylor ... LSU All-American, 1957 ... Packers' No. 2 draft pick, 1958 ... 1,000-yard rusher five straight years, 1960-1964 ... Rushed for 8,597 yards, caught 225 passes, amassed 10,539 combined net yards, scored 558 points ... Led NFL rushers, scorers, had record 19 TDs rushing, 1962 ... Excelled in 1962 NFL title game ... Ferocious runner, rugged blocker, prime disciple of "run to daylight" doctrine ... Born September 20, 1935, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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Posted on 25 Sep
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