? Al Davis of the Oakland Raiders, after the team drafted Eldridge Dickey, the Tennessee A&I player who hopes to become the first Negro quarterback in either pro league: "I don't care if he's polka-dot."
?Glenn Greenberg, Yale lineman and son of Hank Greenberg, when asked by the Cleveland Browns what business he intended to follow: "In football, either in public relations or as an owner."
?Cora Alcindor, on her son Lew: "You know UCLA is made to order for him. It's such a big school, and Lew just seems to belong there. A boy as big as Lew certainly ought to be going to a school as big as that one is."
? Alex Agase, Northwestern football coach, on Duffy Daugherty: "Duffy is a great recruiter. Every year he recruits two 270-pounders who can't run or block or tackle. They can't do anything so they sit on either side of Duffy on the bench. Then, if Michigan State loses, they pick Duffy up on their shoulders and carry him across the field. The alumni see this and say to each other, 'That Daugherty can't coach a lick, but his boys sure love him.' "