A GREAT COLLEGE GAME
Flutie Outduels Kosar – Hail Mary pass beats Hurricanes
January 1, 1984 – The Orange Bowl showcased two outstanding quarterbacks in Doug Flutie of Boston College and Bernie Kosar of Miami. The two cerebral signal-callers put on an awesome display of passing by combining for 919 yards through the airways and 92 points. Flutie put it up 46 times for 472 yards, and Kosar 38 times for 447 yards. The Eagles trailed the Hurricanes 45-41 with six seconds left, and they had the football at Miami’s 48 yard line. Continue reading Doug Flutie Trivia | Boston College Great
Here are three great quarterbacks
– a drop-back passer, a scrambler, and a scoring machine.
Slinging Sammy Baugh
Sammy Baugh made Texas Christian a football power from 1934 to 1936. As a pro quarterback, he led Washington to a league championship in 1937. During Baugh’s 16-year career, the Redskins won five division titles, and he led the NFL in passing for six seasons. When he retired in 1952, Baugh held many records. He passed for 22,085 yards and had a 56.5 % completion record. He also threw 187 touchdown passes. Continue reading Great Quarterbacks | Sammy Baugh, Fran Tarkenton, George Blanda
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