|No. 35, 54|
|Born:||July 27, 1942|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight:||232 lb (105 kg)|
|High school:||Memphis (TN) Messick|
|NFL Draft:||1964 / Round: 4 / Pick: 50|
|AFL draft:||1964 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8|
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Richard Kenneth Davis (born July 27, 1942) is a former American football player in the National Football League. He played for the Baltimore Colts, the New Orleans Saints, and the Miami Dolphins. He played collegiately for the Georgia Tech football team. He was inducted into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1980.
Robert Lee Dodd was an American college football coach at Georgia Tech. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as a player and coach, one of four to be so honored.
D. Kimbrough ("Kim") King was Georgia Tech's starting quarterback for three years beginning in 1965. During his career, he led the team in 712 plays, completing 243 passes for 2763 yards and 21 touchdowns while rushing for 506 yards, placing him in Tech's all-time top 10 quarterbacks. Al Ciraldo, Tech's play-by-play announcer, gave Kim the nickname "The Young Left-Hander." He was inducted into the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame in 1978 and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 1996. In 2000, he was named one of Georgia Tech's "50 Greatest Athletes of the 20th Century."
Joseph Fitzgerald Hamilton is a former American college and professional football player who was a quarterback in three different professional leagues. He played college football for the Georgia Institute of Technology, earned All-American recognition and won several national awards. After his playing career ended, Hamilton became an administrator and coach. He has served as the running backs coach for Georgia State University and currently works in the recruiting department for his alma mater, Georgia Tech.
Maxie Callaway Baughan Jr. is a former American football linebacker who played in the National Football League (NFL) for the Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams, and the Washington Redskins. Baughan played college football at Georgia Tech.
Joseph Napoleon "Big Chief" Guyon was an American Indian from the Ojibwa tribe (Chippewa) who was an American football and baseball player and coach. He played college football at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School from 1912 to 1913 and Georgia Institute of Technology from 1917 to 1918 and with a number of professional clubs from 1919 to 1927. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1966 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 1971.
Eddie Lee Ivery is a former professional American football player.
Tazwell Leigh Anderson Jr. was an American football player who played for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team and professionally for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Atlanta Falcons. While at Georgia Tech, he was a member of the Chi Phi Fraternity. In 2005, he was elected to the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.
David Irenus "Red" Barron was an American football and baseball player. Barron was a three-sport letterwinner at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In football, he was named second or third team All American twice, first-team All-Southern four times, and was an inductee to Tech's Hall of Fame and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. He was also twice an All-Southern baseball player at Tech.
Shawn Jones is an American former gridiron football player. He played professionally for the Minnesota Vikings in the National Football League (NFL) as well as the Baltimore Stallions in the Canadian Football League (CFL). Jones was a four-year starter at quarterback for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
David Sims is a former professional American football player who played running back for three seasons for the Seattle Seahawks. He led the National Football League in touchdowns in 1978 with 15, but suffered a career-ending injury early the next season. He played college football for Georgia Tech and was elected to the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1985.
Henry Rudolph "Peter" Pund was an American college football player. He was elected to the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1958, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 1977, and the College Football Hall of Fame in 1963. Pund was never penalized. At Georgia Tech, he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
Joseph Alexander "Joe" Harris is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League for five different teams. He played college football at Georgia Tech. He was inducted into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 2000.
Coleman Rudolph is a former player in the NFL. He played for the New York Jets and the New York Giants. He was a 2nd round draft pick of the NY Jets in 1993 and suffered a knee injury his rookie year. He played collegiately for the Georgia Tech football team. He was also inducted as a member of the Valdosta High School Hall of Fame in 2007. He is a member of the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame and was an All American at Georgia Tech in 1992. He also was All ACC in Football in 1991 and 1992. He held Georgia Tech's Sack record at 28.5 and Tackle for Loss record at 52.5 for many years. He was a member of the 1986 Valdosta High State and National Championship teams as well as the 1990 National Championship team at Georgia Tech under Bobby Ross.
Paul Anderson Duke was an American football center in the All-America Football Conference. He played for the New York Yankees (1947).
Mike Kelley is a former professional quarterback. He played for the Tampa Bay Bandits and Memphis Showboats in the United States Football League. After the USFL failed, he joined the San Diego Chargers of the National Football League as a replacement player during the 1987 strike. Eight years after his stint with the Chargers, he came out of retirement at age 35 to serve as backup quarterback on the Memphis Mad Dogs, a Canadian Football League team. He played collegiately for the Georgia Tech football team. He was inducted into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1992.
Dallas Rufus Guthrie was an American football player who played for the Georgia Institute of Technology. He played collegiately for the Georgia Tech football team. He was inducted into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1971. Although drafted and signed as a professional he never played due to injury. He was selected as the 10th pick in the 1963 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams. He was also selected as the 10th pick in the First round American Football League draft of that year by the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers won the competition for Mr. Guthrie and signed him to a professional contract. Mr. Guthrie attended the Chargers training camp and was on the field for the team's first exhibition game. On the opening play of the game, a kick-off, Mr. Guthrie was injured. After football, he established a successful career in real estate and died in 2000 from brain cancer.
The 1929 Rose Bowl was a college football bowl game and the 15th annual Rose Bowl Game. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets defeated the California Golden Bears by a score of 8–7. The game was notable for a play in which California All-American Roy Riegels scooped up a Georgia Tech fumble and ran towards his own goal line. The two-point safety on the ensuing punt proved to be the margin of victory. Riegels' teammate Benny Lom, who attempted to tackle Riegels on the run, was named the Rose Bowl Player Of The Game when the award was created in 1953 and selections were made retroactively.
Harold Maurice Miller was an American football player. He played professionally as a tackle for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL) in 1953.
Walker Glenn "Bill" "Big Six" Carpenter was an American football tackle for John Heisman's Georgia Tech Golden Tornado of the Georgia Institute of Technology. He and teammate Everett Strupper were the first players from the Deep South selected to an All-America team, in 1917. Carpenter was inducted into the Georgia Tech Athletics Hall of Fame in 1965. He is also a member of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and the Helms Football Hall of Fame.
Albert Hammond Staton was a college football and basketball player for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Staton was captain of the 1921 basketball team. While playing for Georgia Tech football teams he was selected All-Southern every year he played, and picked for its All-Era Team. Albert played with his brother John. Albert was elected into the Georgia Tech Athletics Hall of Fame in 1963.
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