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February 12, 1968
•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."
September 25, 1967
•Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State coach, admiring the attitude of his married players: "They all agreed to move into dormitories for the first two weeks of fall practice. Of course, I helped their decision a little; I...
September 11, 1967
This year the cry is more like, "Hurt, Bubba. Hurt!"
October 17, 1966 | John Underwood
Not in a quarter of a century have the Midwest's big colleges looked so small. There are all sorts of excuses for the poor show—some of them legitimate—but Michigan State has the only answer: more good players
October 17, 1966
Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State football coach, after Center Walt For-man, whose grade average was 3.89 out of a possible 4.0, quit the team to enter medical school: "We've learned our lesson. We won't recruit...