Extractions: Home News Schedule Roster ... A Look Back University of Louisville All-Time Team THE ALL-TIME UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE FOOTBALL TEAM This team is a result of fans who placed nominations on Red Rage from April 20-August 1, 2000. Five honored jerseys. Ten All-American's. Five first-round NFL Draft picks. The school's all-time passing, receiving and interceptions leaders . A potential NCAA 1-A all-time leader for receptions. Dominating performers regarded by Louisville football fans as the best to ever play the game in a Cardinals uniform. Legend after legend after legend. And a quick glance at the players who made the team reads like a "Who's Who" of the Louisville record books and pro football greats. Tom Jackson. Mark Clayton. Ted Washington. Lenny Lyles. Sam Madison. Joe Jacoby. Frank Minnifield. The list goes on and on, and they serve as the perfect reminder of the school's football history and recent development. The most hotly-contested race was for the best-ever defensive lineman. Ted Washington and Joe Johnson remained nearly even throughout the voting period, flip-flopping twice.
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MINT State Inc. - Graded Football Cards 1971 Topps 123 Johnny Roland, PSA 8 NMMT, $49. 1971 Topps 126 doug buffone,PSA 8 NM-MT, $35. 1971 Topps 128 Spider Lockhart, PSA 8 NM-MT, $25. http://www.mintstateinc.com/f1970.htm
Extractions: DESCRIPTION (Click on Card for Scan) GRADE PRICE 1970 Topps #45 Mel Renfro (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps #87 Bob Lilly (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps #119 George Byrd PSA 8 NM-MT 1970 Topps #125 Deacon Jones (HOFer) PSA 8 NM-MT 1970 Topps #125 Deacon Jones (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps #142 Tom Matte PSA 8 NM-MT 1970 Topps #176 George Sauer PSA 8 NM-MT 1970 Topps #189 Bob Hayes PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps #201 Mike Curtis PSA 8 NM-MT 1970 Topps #220 Buck Buchanan (HOFer) PSA 8 NM-MT 1970 Topps #220 Buck Buchanan (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps #261 Willie Wood (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps Super #1 Fran Tarkenton (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1970 Topps Super Glossy #9 Bart Starr (HOFer) PSA 9 MINT 1971 Topps #7 Ernie Kellermann PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #14 Roy Gerela (Rookie) PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #16 Bob Brown (HOFer) PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #20 Larry Wilson (HOFer) PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #21 Charlie Smith PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #22 Ken Avery PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #26 Charley Taylor (HOFer) PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #31 Lee Roy Jordan PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #40 Tom Woodeshick PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #42 Rick Redman PSA 9 MINT 1971 Topps #46 Karl Kassulke PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #47 Jim Hart PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #50 Sonny Jurgensen (HOFer) PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #56 Bake Turner PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #60 Tommy Nobis PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #62 Altie Taylor (Rookie) PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #63 Gary Pettigrew PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #64 Spike Jones PSA 8 NM-MT 1971 Topps #70 Daryle Lamonica PSA 8 NM-MT
1974 World Football League Pro Draft - Round # 16 World football League Pro Draft Round 16, * New York Stars *. Florida * ( Later Jacksonville Sharks ). * doug buffone * Linebacker Chicago Bears. http://www.geocities.com/wflphiladelphiabell/74ProDraft/74ProDraftRound16.html
Extractions: Round # 16 * New York Stars * * John Fuqua * Running Back Pittsburgh Steelers * Honolulu Hawaiians * * Larry Schreiber * Running Back San Francisco 49ers * Houston Texans * * Sam Holden * Offensive Tackle New Orleans Saints * Chicago Fire * * Mike Montgomery * Running Back Dallas Cowboys * Southern California Sun * * Isaac Curtis * Wide Receiver Cincinnati Bengals * Birmingham Americans * * Joe Profit * Running Back New Orleans Saints * Detroit Wheels * * Bud Magrum * Defensive End B.C. Lions * Florida *
RAY GALLIVAN Inducted College All American Honorable Mention, Captain of Valparaiso football Team. GaleSayers, Dick Butkus, Willie Holman, Herman Lee, doug buffone, Wally Chambers http://www.geocities.com/indfoothall/resumeg1.html
Extractions: College Honors: Varsity Letters in Football 1924, 1925, and 1926. During 1924, 1925 season was a team mate of Red Grange. In 1924 was the 4th Highest Scorer in the Big Ten. Professional Career : Member of the Friars Football team provided afternoon thrills on the field. Coaching Experience : Whiting High School Football Coach in 1928 Special Recognitions : Was All Time Great among the players. Entered the US Coast Guard in 1942. Coached Whiting to a record of 84 wins, 26 losses, and 12 ties with a win average of 10 wins and no losses. He was awarded the mythical Co-Champion of Indiana. Ray served as Whiting High School Athletic Director from 1937 until his retirement.
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Buffone, Doug Random fortune Fortune s nomination for AllTime Champion and Protectorof Youthful Morals goes to Representative Clare E. Hoffman of Michigan. http://www.checkburst.com/Sports/Football/American/NFL/Players/B/Buffone,_Doug
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JS Online: All Black And Blue Team Capsules There was nothing finesse about George Seals, said doug buffone, a former beforea game at Soldier Field once, said Jerry Green, longtime football writer at http://www.jsonline.com/packer/news/dec01/8762.asp
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1979 Chicago Bears Stats Virgil Livers, 2, 41, 20.5, 0. doug buffone, 2, 11, 5.5, 0. Wentford Gaines, 1, 38,38.0, 0. Jerry Muckensturm, 1, 5, 5.0, 0. Generated 09/26/2002 football Site OwnerJohn Troan. http://www.jt-sw.com/football/pro/stats.nsf/Annual/1979-chi
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1977 Chicago Bears Stats doug Plank, 4, 32, 8.0, 0. Virgil Livers, 2, 29, 14.5, 0. doug buffone, 1,12, 12.0, 0. Tom Hicks, 1, 9, 9.0, 0. Generated 09/29/2002 football Site OwnerJohn Troan. http://www.jt-sw.com/football/pro/stats.nsf/Annual/1977-chi
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ESPN Classic - Butkus Was One Mean Bear Butkus had two, says former Chicago Bears teammate doug buffone on ESPN Classic sSportsCentury series. A professional football player, he said. http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Butkus_Dick.html
Extractions: "To play this game and I've always said this you have to have a Neanderthal gene. Butkus had two," says former Chicago Bears teammate Doug Buffone on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series. It is possible that Dick Butkus was the meanest, nastiest, fiercest linebacker to ever put on a helmet. More than a quarter of century after his retirement there remains the Butkus image, one of the middle linebacker wrapping up a running back and viciously slamming him to the ground like an unwanted toy. There is the famous photograph of No. 51 with his lips curled in contempt taken during a game in 1968. Eight-time Bears Pro Bowl performer Dick Butkus (#51) terrorized NFL offenses. After being a two-time All-American at Illinois, where he played center as well as linebacker, Butkus terrorized NFL offenses as the hub of the Chicago Bears' defense. The man who lived for contact was all-NFL seven times and played in the Pro Bowl eight times in a career cut short to nine years by knee injuries. In 1970, a panel of NFL coaches voted Butkus the player they would start with if they were building a new team from scratch. He had the speed and quickness to make tackles from sideline to sideline and to cover tight ends and running backs on pass plays. He had instinct, strength, leadership and, maybe most important, anger.
Football 1978 National football League Players Set of 280. Running Back* 47 Brian BaschnagelWide Receiver 50 Waymond Bryant Linebacker 55 doug buffone Linebacker 60 http://www.usasoda.com/RC78.htm
Webb In The News He s someone who played high school football with Bacon, the former Rams, Chargers,Bengals What happened was Chicago linebackers doug buffone, Mike Riley http://www.webb.org/webbnews/pride.html
Extractions: Welcome Academics Student Life Alumni/ae ... Student By-Lines Taking Pride in his Work Building private school Webb into a football winner is the goal of this hard-nosed coach with the NFL background. By Brian Robin / firstname.lastname@example.org Oct. 10, 2001 His former Ironton (Ohio) High teammate, Coy Bacon, would have rubbed his eyes in disbelief, then shaken his head in disgust. His former Chicago Bears teammate, Dick Butkus, would have looked for someone to dismember. All Dan Pride could do was look for a way out of his first Prep League coaching gig. Players going in more directions than a hokey-pokey player on ecstasy. Playbooks that resembled out-of-control mathematical equations or road maps gone berserk, with enough trick plays to please James Bond. This is what awaited Pride when he took over the Webb football program in 1989. None of this would do. Not at all. "I looked at it and said, 'How can I get my kids involved without having to go through all this technical stuff?' " he said. "What we would do is snap up our chin straps and go straight at people. The more we did it, the more I noticed the kids wanted to hit more. "I believe that running the ball at people instills a certain amount of toughness. This is a sport that's based somewhat on intimidation."
Extractions: December 1999 Going, Going, Gone Part Three of a Series By Bill DiFabio I hate saying goodbye. It's so final. Saying goodbye to Pitt Stadium was oh, so difficult. Between Pitt Stadium and its onetime neighbor, Forbes Field, we're talking a lot of Saturday afternoons and many a bus trip for little Billy DiFabio. OK, raise your right hand if you had the pleasure to watch the Steelers play in Forbes Field, in Pitt Stadium and in Three Rivers Stadium. My right hand is raised. My neighbors thought I was a Bears fan. As a little tyke who loved going to see the Steelers play, I remember, and I have all the programs to prove it from days watching the Steelers play the Bears at all three places. I watched a rookie named Gale Sayers rip the Steelers to shreds at Pitt Stadium. Come to think of it, I liked the Bears. My next door neighbor's best friend was Doug Buffone. Thanks to my neighbor, I had a chance to meet with Doug, who played alongside Dick Butkus. Forbes Field was not a great place to watch a pro football game. Pitt Stadium? An ideal place, in my opinion, to watch both the pros and the collegians. "Not a bad seat in the house," laughed Andy Russell, who played in both Pitt Stadium and Three Rivers.
Extractions: August 2000 PSR's 2000 Small College Football Preview Area Teams Have National Playoff Aspirations By Tony DeFazio Associate Editor YOUNGSTOWN STATE PENGUINS If spring football is any indication, the Youngstown State University football team, which won 103 games and four national championships in the 1990s, could once again make some noise on the national level this season. The "Team of the 1990s" closed out the decade by making its sixth appearance in the I-AA championship game, losing to Georgia Southern, 59-24. Head coach Jim Tressel and his staff added 26 new players to the roster during the signing period. If the Penguins can get some quality snaps from these players, they can make up for the loss of 23 seniors and be in the chase for the Gateway crown and the school's 10th playoff appearance in 15 seasons. Defensively, it all begins with linebacker Tim Johnson, a nominee for D-1 AA defensive Player of Year. Johnson recorded an outstanding 221 tackles last season, second most in school history, to go with five interceptions and three sacks. LBs Bob Sivik and John Tekar (Wilmington) should see more time this year. Justin Dellarose and Chris DiMauro are young players to keep an eye on this fall. Senior Luke Schumaker will move from linebacker to defensive end. Defensive tackles Matt Mechling and Bryan Hawthorne both were named to the Gateway All-Newcomer team last season and will team with Montrial Thomas, Gary Quivers (Charleroi), and Todd Blackwell (McKeesport). LeVar Greene developed into one of the top CBs in the league last year, as he picked off four passes and defended seven more. Ed Blizzard will handle the other side, and Bruce Hightower returns at strong safety with Fon Nanji (Woodland Hills) at free safety.