Dan Fouts

Dan Fouts

Dan Fouts compiled an amazing record as a San Diego Chargers’ quarterback: 15 seasons, 3,297 passes for 43,040 yards, 254 TDs, 13 TDs rushing, six Pro Bowls, two NFL MVPs, and three All-Pro. He led the NFL in passing for four seasons and broke a record for 4,082 yards...read more
John Ralston

John Ralston

John Ralston’s football career started in 1947 as a linebacker at the University of California, where he later became assistant coach. In 1959, he became head coach at Utah State and went to two bowl games. He became head coach at Stanford in 1969, coaching the team...read more
Chuck Taylor

Chuck Taylor

Chuck Taylor achieved All-American status as a guard when Stanford coach Clark Shaughnessy introduced the famed T-formation to the nation’s schools. The 1940 team went undefeated, and after military service and a 49er assistant post, Taylor continued his Stanford...read more
George Yardley

George Yardley

George Yardley was called “The Scoring Machine” when he broke the legendary Hank Luisetti’s Stanford record. He led the San Francisco Stewart’s Chevrolet team to the National AAU Championship in 1951. During the 1957-58 season, he became the first player...read more