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Don Strock - Playing Career - College
... Strock played college football at Virginia Tech, and graduated in 1973 ... In his senior season in 1972, Strock led the nation in total passing and total offense, yet finished only ninth in voting for the Heisman Trophy ... To date, Strock still holds many collegiate football passing records at his alma mater and was inducted into the Virginia Tech Athletics Hall of Fame in 1985 ...
Master Of The World (1961 Film) - Plot Synopsis
... their hot air balloon, along with US government agent Strock (Bronson), who had hired them to investigate evidence of an eruption ... captives wish to escape, but don't fully trust Strock, who appears at times to side with the Captain ... After saving Evans' life, Strock explains that his oath of loyalty to the Captain was insincere, and that as a captive he feels no compunction to behave as a gentleman ...
Don Strock - Playing Career - Professional
... Strock played in the National Football League as a quarterback ... Strock was a member of the "taxi squad" during the 1973 season when the Dolphins won their second straight Super Bowl following the undefeated 1972–73 season ... Strock is well-remembered for coming off the bench on January 2, 1982, for the Miami Dolphins in an AFC Divisional Playoff Game against the San Diego Chargers at the Miami Orange Bowl ...
FIU Golden Panthers Football - Records and Championships - All-time Record
... finish Coach Attendance average Bowl game 2002 5—6.454 Independent -- -- -- Don Strock 8,294 2003 2—10.166 Independent -- -- -- Don Strock 7,073 ...
Herbert L. Strock
... Strock (January 13, 1918 - November 30, 2005) was an American television producer and director, and a B-movie director of titles such as I Was a Teenage ... Strock was born in Boston, and moved with his family to Los Angeles when he was 13 ... By 17, while a student at Beverly Hills High School, Strock was director of gossip columnist Jimmy Fidler's Hollywood segments for Fox Movietone News ...