Homer Dedeaux was a ‘60-minute player’ for Tulane’s football team in the ’40s. He was said to be the only player on his team to play offense and defense without leaving the field.
Homer Dedeaux was a ‘60-minute player’ for Tulane’s football team in the ’40s. He was said to be the only player on his team to play offense and defense without leaving the field. The Dedeaux family
Homer Dedeaux was a ‘60-minute player’ for Tulane’s football team in the ’40s. He was said to be the only player on his team to play offense and defense without leaving the field. The Dedeaux family

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