Born on July 7, 1953
August 11, 1990
South Bend, IN
All-American, All-State, and All-Conference Quarterback; Top 100 Backs in America; led Elkhart to State Championship in 1971; quarterbacked Elkhart to 19 wins in 20 games; was also All-Conference in basketball and 4th in State pole vault; received Tim Bringle Award; selected and started in Indiana All-Star Football Game; received a full football scholarship to University of Alabama.
University of Alabama
Threw 25 yard touchdown pass to Richard Todd against Notre Dame in the Famous 1973 Sugar Bowl with a score of ND 24, Alabama 23; scored the only touchdown of the game in 1975 Sugar Bowl against Penn State with a score of Alabama 7, Penn State 6; received the Johnny Musso Award for most improved offensive back on the team; had the honor of playing for Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant; during career at UA, team record was 43-5, with 4 Southeastern Conference Championships and 4 bowl trips.
Went into private business after football career and owns Mito Corporation.