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1959 Topps Paul Hornung #82 — PSA 10 — Pop 1 of 1

Paul Vernon Hornung (December 23, 1935-) (HB/S/PK) is one of three NFL players to win the Heisman Trophy, be taken first overall in the NFL Draft and be inducted into the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame (O.J. Simpson, Earl Campbell). Hornung was a triple threat out of the backfield for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame in the early 1950s, playing quarterback, running back and receiver, as well as defensive back on the other side of the ball. The “Golden Boy”, named for his blond locks and scoring prowess, was one of the elite scoring leaders during his college football era earning two All-America selections and winning the 1956 Heisman Trophy, becoming the only player to win the award on a losing team. The Green Bay Packers selected the big back with the Number 1 overall pick of the 1957 NFL Draft plugging him into a backfield that included Hall of Fame Bart Starr and All-Pro Babe Parilli. The extremely versatile Hornung took over place kicking duties immediately and came into his own as a rusher after his second season.

Paul’s 1959 season marked his first of three consecutive (1959-1961) when he led the NFL in scoring with 94, 176 and 146 points, respectively. It also marked his first of two consecutive Pro Bowl appearances. In 1961, Paul scored ten touchdowns, kicked 15 field goals and 41 extra points, was named to his second consecutive NFL All-Pro First Team and won the 1961 NFL AP and UPI Most Valuable Player awards as well as the NFL Bert Bell Award as Player of the Year. From 1960-1966, Paul Hornung, Jim Taylor and Bart Starr led the Pack to five league championship games winning the NFL Championships four times (1961, 1962, 1965, 1966). The 1966 championship season was capped off by winning the very first Super Bowl (I). Paul rushed for 3,711 yards and 50 touchdowns, caught 130 passes for 1,480 yards and 12 touchdowns and threw for 383 yards and five touchdowns. On defense, he recovered three fumbles for no yards and returned ten kicks for 248 yards. Paul Hornung played his entire career with the Packers (1957-1966) scoring 760 total points on 62 touchdowns, 190 extra points and 66 field goals while gaining 5,439 all-purpose yards. Paul Hornung was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1985 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986.1959 Topps — Green Bay Packers HOF Paul Hornung #82 — PSA 10 — Population 1 of 1 . Sold for $3,066.

1959 Topps Football #82 Paul Hornung PSA 10

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