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December 28, 2009 | MARK BECHTEL
From a right-leaning quarterback to a bass-playing power forward to a clotheshorse coach, the sports figures who died made marks that will last for ages—even those who passed away far before their primes
April 27, 2009
freshman year at North Carolina, in 1942, Felix Anthony Blanchard tried to enlist in the Navy's V-12 program, which allowed students to complete their education in exchange for a service commitment. He was turned...
February 09, 2009
At age 81 of bone cancer, , who led the NFL in receiving three times in the 1950s. In a 10-year career with the 49ers, Wilson caught 407 passes and played in six Pro Bowls. Before his 2007 death, former Niners coach...
March 21, 2005
Died Of complications from prostate cancer, at age 80, halfback Glenn Davis, who led Army to three national championships and won the Heisman Trophy in 1946. Half of football's most famous backfield--he was "Mr....
April 29, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
Joined at the HipUtilitymen Curtis Wilkerson and Lloyd McClendon, teammates last year with the Cubs, now play for the Pirates. "I knew there would be trouble when we signed him [as a free agent]," said McClendon, who...