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Date of birth  March 4, 1932
Name  Don Dohoney
Positions  End
1953  Michigan St. Spartans
College  Michigan State College
Died  July 4, 1993
Role  American football player

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Date of death  July 4, 1993(1993-07-04) (aged 61)

Place of death  Meridian, Michigan
Education  Michigan State University

Donald Clay Dohoney (March 4, 1932 – July 4, 1993) was an American football player. He grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and played college football at Michigan State College. He played both on offense and defense at the end position, was captain of Michigan State's 1953 team that won the Big Ten Conference championship and defeated UCLA in the 1954 Rose Bowl. Dohoney was a consensus selection on the 1953 College Football All-America Team.

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In March 1954, Dohoney signed with the Chicago Cardinals of the National Football League (1954). Chicago coach Joe Stydahar called Dohoney "the best defensive end developed in college ball in a great many years. He rushes the passer real good, plays the running game well and is one of the most rugged players we've seen." In June 1954, he was added to the lineup of college all-stars who played the NFL champion Detroit Lions in the annual Chicago College All-Star Game. According to records of, Dohoney did not appear in any regular season games in the NFL.

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Dohoney died in 1993 at Meridian, Michigan.


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