How old is Bobby Douglas?
74 years (22 June 1947)
Where is Bobby Douglass now?
The wrist injury ended his 1970 season, but he returned in 1971 and played for several more seasons with the Bears before moving on to other NFL teams. Today, Douglass lives in Lake Forest and is semi-retired.
Did Bobby Douglas rush 1000 yards?
In a 14-game 1972 season, he ran for 968 yards and 8 touchdowns on 141 carries. Five QBs (three in the CFL, two in the NFL) have since run for over 1,000 yards. With Douglass starting, the Chicago Bears had only a 13–31–1 record….Bobby Douglass.
Where did Bobby Douglass go to college?
University of Kansas
How Far Can Bobby Douglas throw football?
Although his throwing stats were never great, he had the strongest arm in football and with seemingly little effort could throw a ball 70 yards.
Who is the greatest rushing QB of all-time?
Who did Dan Gable lose?
In the final match of his illustrious career with the Cardinal and Gold, Gable suffered what is considered one of the biggest upset losses in college wrestling history, dropping to Larry Owings of Washington University 13-11.
Was Bobby Douglas left handed?
Douglass had led Kansas to its first Big Eight title in 20 years and was one of the tallest QB’s in his era. He was also lefthanded. At the time Douglass was drafted, a lefthanded QB was viewed like a lefthanded catcher in baseball would be — a freak, a rarity.
Who is the best real wrestler of all time?
Updated Top 10 Greatest Olympic Wrestlers of All-Time – Men’s Freestyle
- #9 Levan Tediashvili (Soviet Union)
- #8 John Smith (USA)
- #6 Makharbek Khadartsev (Russia)
- #5 Ivan Yarygin (Soviet Union)
- #4 Sergei Beloglazov (Soviet Union)
- #3 Bruce Baumgartner (USA)
- #2 Buvaisar Satiev (Russia)
- #1 Aleksandr Medved (Soviet Union)
Who is the greatest college wrestler of all time?
Best College Wrestlers of All Time
- Lee Kemp, (Wisconsin University)
- Dan Hodge, 1952-1955 (Oklahoma State)
- Logan Stieber, (Ohio State)
- Pat Smith, (Oklahoma State)
- Dan Gable, 1967-1970 (Iowa State)
- YojiroUetake, 1960-1963 (Oklahoma State)
- Kyle Dake 2010-2013 (Cornell University)
- Cael Sanderson 1988-2002 (Penn State)