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Gary Clark

Gary Clark was born and raised in Pulaski, Virginia.  He attended Pulaski County High School and lettered in three sports—football, track, and baseball before heading to James Madison University in Harrisonburg, where he played Division I-AA football.  As the Dukes’…

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William Fuller

William Fuller retired as one of the top 20 all-time sack leaders with four Pro-Bowl selections, and it’s no wonder the NFL Houston Oilers eagerly signed William Fuller at the dissolution of the United States Football League.  A native of Chesapeake, Virginia,…

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Jack Cloud

Jack Cloud is a native of Norfolk, Virginia where he starred in football at Maury High School.  He entered the Air Force after graduation and served as a gunner for three years before entering college. While playing for William &…

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Stokeley Fulton

J. Stokley Fulton received little All-American honors in 1954 as a center on the Hampden Sydney College football teams.  In addition to his excellence on the football field, Fulton served as president of the student body and was awarded with…

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Lou Creekmur

William & Mary has graduated many outstanding football players over the years and Lou Creekmur, selected in 1949 as an All-Southern Tackle for the Indians, is classed as one of the best ever to play for the great gold. Lou…

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James T. Gillette Jr.

Jim Gillette was a native of Courtland, Virginia.  He played at the University of Virginia in 1937, 1938 and 1940 where, as a walk-on freshman, he was given the nickname The “Courtland Courier”.  Gillette also starred at first base for…

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George Herbert Allen

In 1971, Coach George Allen took over a Washington club that had only one winning season in the previous fifteen years, and molded them into perennial league title contenders. It was Allen who was responsible for the "Redskinsmania" which swept…

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Marvin Bass

Marvin Bass is a native of Petersburg, Virginia and was a member of William & Mary's winningest football team in history. Bass captained the 1942 Indians, which compiled a 9-1-1 record. He later was an assistant coach at William &…

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Edward Leroy “ED” Beard

Ed Beard defines what it means to be a competitor.  While he made a name for himself on the football field, those who witnessed his remarkable feat at the 1957 Virginia State High School Wrestling Tournament can attest to his…

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Chuck Boone

A true sportsman in every sense, Chuck Boone made a name for himself as a player, coach, and administrator throughout an athletic career that lasted more than forty years.  The University of Richmond would prove to be home to the…

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