Chuck Dicus

Chuck Dicus

Charles Wayne "Chuck" Dicus (born October 2, 1948 in Odessa, Texas) is a former American football wide receiver and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Dicus played college football at the University of Arkansas as well as two seasons in the National Football League. He later served as president of the Razorback Foundation, the private organization that raises funds for school athletic endeavors, for 17 years.

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Chuck Dicus - Post-playing Career
... After ending his professional football career, Dicus joined the staff of Richard Williamson at the University of Memphis (then known as Memphis State University) ... In 1991, Dicus became president of the Razorback Foundation, a position he would hold until his sudden ouster in October 2008 ... Dicus was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 1995 ...
Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1960–1969 - 1968 - Sugar Bowl
... only scoring drive, capped with a 23 yard strike to Chuck Dicus ... Chuck Dicus caught twelve passes for 169 yards and a score, and was named player of the game ... information Score Plays Yards TOP ARK UGA 65 ... ARK Chuck Dicus 27-yard touchdown reception from Bill Montgomery, Bob White kick good 2 ... UGA Bill ...

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