Winner of the 1951 Heisman Trophy who played as a halfback, kicker, and quarterback during his distinguished college football career at Princeton.
He turned down the Chicago Bears in 1952 to attend Harvard Business School.
He was named Ivy League Football Player of the Decade in 1960; both his high school and alma mater retired his respective school-jersey numbers.
He had six daughters with his wife, Patricia.
He and Pete Dawkins are two Heisman winners who went on to find great success beyond the football field.