Gary Cuozzo
American football player
Gary Cuozzo
Gary Samuel Cuozzo is a former professional American football player. An undrafted quarterback from the University of Virginia, Cuozzo played in 10 NFL seasons from 1963 to 1972. He began his NFL career on the Baltimore Colts as a backup to Johnny Unitas. When Unitas was injured in 1965, Cuozzo replaced him until getting sidelined by injury as well.
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Trying to beat the football odds - Daily Comet
Google News - over 5 years
Coach really thought we were going to trade for quarterback Fran Tarkenton with the Minnesota Vikings, but all that changed quickly and we got Gary Cuozzo, who was a back-up quarterback with the Colts instead. We could have had Bubba and Doug Atkins at
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Deion Sanders is Mr. Versatility - Fort Worth Star Telegram
Google News - over 5 years
But he is most remembered for serving as the Colts' emergency quarterback in 1965 after Johnny Unitas and Gary Cuozzo were lost to season-ending injuries. Coach Don Shula drew up a list of plays he put on a wristband that Matte wore during the two
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How to remember Marc Bulger? - STLtoday.com
Google News - over 5 years
For reference, see Terry Nofsinger, Gary Cuozzo, Tony Banks ... I hope he'll be remembered as a guy who knew how to use the weapons he had at his disposal. I suspect he'll be remembered as a guy who got worn down by a poor offensive line and a lack of
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BOX SEATS; Little Consolation In Third-Place Game
NYTimes - about 6 years
It was an N.F.L. postseason game with several official and unofficial names and no meaning at all. The Playoff Bowl was one name. But you might have called it the Bert Bell Benefit Bowl (for a former commissioner), the Pro Playoff Classic or the Runner-Up Bowl. If you were paying any attention at all. By any name, Roger Brown, an All-Pro right
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Sports of The Times; Shula's Backup QB Success
NYTimes - over 23 years
AS soon as Don Shula saw Dan Marino hobbling toward him on the sideline, the Dolphin coach turned to Scott Mitchell. "Get warmed up," Shula barked. "You're going in." Over his three previous seasons, Mitchell, a 6-foot-6-inch left-handed quarterback out of Utah, had thrown only 8 passes and completed 2 for 32 yards. Now, his first pass in Cleveland
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; The N.F.L.'s Scarlet Asterisk
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Somewhere, in a great box seat in the sky, Roger Maris and Ford Frick must be laughing about the football follies of 1987. Somewhere, in a great box seat in the sky, Roger Maris and Ford Frick must be laughing about the football follies of 1987. Twenty-six years ago this fall, the slugger and the baseball commissioner agonized over whether
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N.F.L.; Hogeboom Shreds Bills, 47-6
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Gary Hogeboom, one of the first veterans to defy the National Football League Players Association strike, threw five touchdown passes today as an experienced Indianapolis Colts team routed the strike-depleted Buffalo Bills, 47-6, before 9,860 fans at 80,000-seat Rich Stadium. Gary Hogeboom, one of the first veterans to defy the National
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LOMAX PASSES CARDINALS' TEST
NYTimes - about 35 years
ST. LOUIS THE three boys had waited patiently at the head of the line for more than an hour. Now that Neil Lomax had finally arrived at the store, ''like Santa Claus,'' someone jokingly observed, the boys wanted more than autographed pictures of the Cardinals' exciting rookie quarterback. ''How come Jim Hart don't scramble but you do?'' Brian
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