Canadian Football League

Monday, October 02, 2006

Former Canadian Football League QB to have his "Day"

BOSTON The city of Boston will honor football star Doug Flutie next month.November 13th will be designated Doug Flutie Day.
Flutie won the Heisman Trophy with Boston College, and went on to play professional football for 21 seasons -- including two stints with the New England Patriots.
He and his wife Laurie established the Doug Flutie Junior Foundation of Autism in honor of their son.
Flutie won the Canadian Football League's Most Outstanding Player award six times.
He's probably most remembered for his 48-yard touchdown pass to Gerard Phelan that beat Miami as time expired.
After leaving football, Flutie was hired by A-B-C and E-S-P-N as a college football analyst.


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