Indians Football . . . CIC Champs, from the 1968 Tomahawk Yearbook

"Indians' Football . . . CIC Champs" two-page spread from the 1968 Tomahawk yearbook (pages 270-271). 1968 was a glorious year for the OU Indians, and Marlin Briscoe was a key part of their triumph. From the season summary, "Briscoe completed 140 of 252 passes for 2283 yards and 25 touchdowns. His per game average in total offense was 263.7 yards." In the team photo on the bottom left, he is in the second row, sixth from the left. On the facing page, he is in the lower image, the fourth standing person from the left., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections
Abstract/Description: "Indians' Football . . . CIC Champs" two-page spread from the 1968 Tomahawk yearbook (pages 270-271). 1968 was a glorious year for the OU Indians, and Marlin Briscoe was a key part of their triumph. From the season summary, "Briscoe completed 140 of 252 passes for 2283 yards and 25 touchdowns. His per game average in total offense was 263.7 yards." In the team photo on the bottom left, he is in the second row, sixth from the left. On the facing page, he is in the lower image, the fourth standing person from the left.
Subject(s): Briscoe, Marlin, 1945-
Tag: African Americans
Tag: Alumni
Tag: Athletics
Tag: Football
Tag: Marlin Briscoe
Tag: Municipal University of Omaha
Date Created: 1968

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