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1967 Memphis State University football team. Pictured are (l-r) Front row: P. Marks, D. Gordon, T. Shelley, R. Fratarcangelo, D. Berrong, R. Thurow, J. Todd, J. Bishop, R. Denof, B. Brundzo, R. Nunn, N. Papas, F. Skinner, P. Riley; Second row: H. Stubb, D. Dulac, F. Almon,B. Baxter, D. Brozak, F. Williams, F. Myers, F. Almond, B. Stanford, W. Stevens, C. Collins, K. Apple, J. Smith, L. Williams, B. Dees, J. Allen; Third row: D. Cockrell, J. Rush, C. Hodges, L. Frankenback,L. Wroblewski, R. Coady, P. Janssen, F. Blackwell, F. Holden, N. Hubert, R. Hubbell, L. Teixeira, R. Lay, D. Key, K. Hobbs, F. Fuder, C. Israel, D. Vaughn, A. Hotz; Back row: G. Maham, J. White, Ho. Covington, T. Padgett, L. Narramore, M. Dujncan, T. Wallace, L. Jones, D. Lotz, C. Pettit, A. Shipmon, G. Harte, L. Fernandez, F. Winkler, A. Dees, B. McRight, J. Rushing, and A. Brumit. The image from the 1968 "DeSoto" reads "The Team that Beat Ole Miss." MSU beat the University of Mississippi 27-17 on September 23, 1967, the first time the Tigers had won against the Rebels in over 20 years of competition.
"Memphis State University men's football team, 1967" (2021). Sports Images. 35.
Memphis State University--Football.; University of Memphis--Football.