Player and coach. Played offensive and defensive line at Duke. Won Outland Trophy as nation’s top lineman, 1959. Won 1960 McKelvin Award as ACC’s top athlete. ACC football Player of the Year and all-American, 1959. First-team all-ACC, 1958–1959. Captain of college all-star team, 1960. Drafted by St. Louis Cardinals, 1960. Finished third in voting for Rookie of the Year. Retired after the 1962 season because of serious neck injury. Assistant football coach at several schools before becoming head coach at East Carolina, 1970. Became Duke head coach, 1971. Record of 37-47-4 in eight seasons. Earned doctorate in sports administration from UNC. Athletic director University of Cincinnati, 1980–1984; University of Southern California, 1984–1992; and University of South Carolina, 1992–2005. Member National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. Born 1938, Washington, D.C.
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