Ole Miss (1959-1962)
• All-American, All-SEC quarterback (’61)
• Academic All-American, Academic All-SEC (’61)
• Quarterback of nation’s #1 offense, averaging 418.7 yards per game (’61)
• SEC Team of the Decade (’59)
• FWAA National Champions, SEC Champions (’60)
• Coaches Association All-America Bowl (’62)
Washington Redskins (1962)
• Drafted after junior season but stayed at Ole Miss for senior year
• Also drafted by Kansas City Chiefs (AFL)
Calgary, Canadian Football League (1963)
Did You Know?
Doug Elmore ran for 51 yards and a touchdown on his very first play for Ole Miss. With a 9-0 lead over Kentucky and only a few minutes left to play, Coach Johnny Vaught sent in the sophomore quarterback with instructions to run out the clock. When Elmore took the snap and plunged forward on a quarterback sneak, he suddenly found an opening and took off for paydirt.