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Remembering Johnny Unitas

I will never lose sight of what Johnny U meant to me and to every person wo was born or lived in Baltimore. #6 player of all time?–Gimme a break.

 

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Tough—Thy Name is Johnny Unitas—Watch Frank Deford’s Tribute
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The Toughness of Johnny U

Freddy dug this up last night. Think any QBs today were as tough as #19?

Louisville won its first game in 1953, against Murray State, and lost the rest for a record of 1-7. One of the most memorable games of the season came in a 59-6 loss against Tennessee. Unitas completed 9 of 19 passes for 73 yards, rushed 9 times for 52 yards, returned 6 kickoffs for eighty-five yards, 1 punt for three yards, and had 86 percent of the team’s tackles. The only touchdown the team scored was in the fourth quarter when Unitas made a fake pitch to the running back and ran the ball 23 yards for a touchdown. Unitas was hurt later in the fourth quarter while trying to run the ball, and on his way off the field received a standing ovation. When he got to the locker room he was so worn that his jersey and shoulder pads had to be cut off because he could not lift his arms. Louisville ended the season with 20-13 loss to Eastern Kentucky. In his junior year, Unitas completed 49 of 95 passes for 470 yards and three touchdowns.

Johnny Unitas