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I know everyone heard about Frank Gifford who passed away Sunday. He really was the first big star for the NY Giants and was part of their championship team in 1956. Of course he also played in what is called the greatest game when the Giants lost to the Colts and really made football a household sport. In 1956 he was the MVP. He also at one time was selected as all-Pro as defensive back, running back and wide receiver. He threw 14 TD’s which still stands as a record for most TD’s thrown by a non-quarterback in the NFL history. There is more of course Broadcasting-Monday Night Football etc… All of this is great for a guy from our present hometown that we adopted over 30 years ago, Bakersfield, California and the son of an oil field worker. He was a star player for our hometowns Bakersfield Drillers and for USC.
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