Earned the reputation as one of the top receivers in UC grid history during his four seasons.
Either shared or owned seven UC receiving records when he concluded his career--records that were broken by receivers he tutored ( UC Hall of Famers Jim O'Brien and Tom Rossley) in the late 1960s as UC's receivers coach.
As a junior, he finished sixth nationally in receptions with 42.
Leading scorer in the Mid-American Conference in 1950 with nine TD receptions and one PAT kick.
Returned to UC as assistant coach in 1960 and served for 16 seasons under five head coaches, coaching receivers and kickers.
Launched his administrative career as assistant athletics director in 1977.
Closed his career with 82 receptions for 1,114 yards.