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Dewey Brundage

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Name  Dewey Brundage
Role  American football player

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Education  Brigham Young University

Dewey Brundage (born October 1, 1931 as Jean Dewey Brundage) is an American former professional football player from Alhambra, California.

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Early life

Brundage was born as the youngest of four children to Frank and Georgia Brundage on October 1, 1931.

Career

Brundage played for Brigham Young University as an end for the Brigham Young Cougars. He was nominated in 1953 for the Associated Press all-America football team. He was a defensive end (#83) for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL for one season in 1954, before being inducted into the US Army in early 1955. He acted as coach for the Manti High School Templars from 1980-1981 with a season score of 3 wins and 15 losses.

Personal life

He is married to Katherine Brundage and has four children.

References

Dewey Brundage Wikipedia


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