Stan Hindman

College Career

University of Mississippi (1963-1965)

• All-American Guard (’64, ‘65)

• All-SEC (’63, ‘64, ‘65)

• Academic All-American, Academic All-SEC (’65)

• Birmingham Quarterback Club Quarter-Century All-SEC Team (’50-’74 era) Newton, MS (’56-’62)

• 1960s All-SEC Team

• SEC Sophomore of the Year (’63)

• SEC Championships Team (’63)

• Bluebonnet Bowl, MVP (’64)

• Coaches Association All-American Bowl (’65)

• College All-Star Game (’66)

• Senior Bowl (’66)

• Ole Miss Team of the Century (’93)


Pro Football Career

San Francisco 49ers (1966-1971, 1973-1974)

• First round draft choice NFL (San Francisco 49ers)

• First round draft choice AFL (Houston Oilers)


Did You Know?

Hindman, a track star at Newton High, was one of the fastest linemen the SEC had ever seen. He proved it to a television audience his sophomore year when he chased down LSU speedster Joe Labruzzo after a 62-yard run, making a touchdown-saving tackle just short of the goal line.

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