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"When I joined the team we started winning, shutting out two teams to win the championship. When you win, everything is great."
(Indiana)...6'1'', 210...Peter Louis Pihos ... Indiana All-American, 1943 ... Fifth-round draft pick in 1945 even though he couldn't play until 1947 ... 60-minute star on Eagles title teams, 1948-1949 ... Caught winning TD pass in 1949 NFL championship ... All-NFL six times in nine seasons, once at defensive end, 1952 ... Played in six Pro Bowls ... Three-time NFL receiving champ, 1953-1955 ... Career record: 373 catches for 5,619 yards, 378 points ... Born October 22, 1923, in Orlando, Florida ... Died August 16, 2011, at age of 87.
The 1st Female Marathon finisher, Dani Filipek, completes the course in 02:59:22 #HOFMarathon https://t.co/cCRNB9pESy
Posted on 30 Apr
Congrats to our Overall and Men's #HOFMarathon winner, Bryan Morseman, with a winning time of 2:28:40 (5:41 Pace) https://t.co/iiCxQ1GKCY