Jim Corrigal

Inducted in 1990

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College Team: Kent State
Jim Corrigall was an intense and competitive individual who, for many seasons, anchored the Toronto Argonauts’ defensive line.

       Corrigall was excellent during the 1975 season, when he received defensive player of the year honours and was the Argonauts’ nominee for the Most Outstanding Player and Most Outstanding Canadian awards. In 1978, Corrigall was again nominated in all three categories.

       Corrigall’s last two seasons were spent as a player-coach with Toronto, a testimony to his playing ability and leadership qualities.


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College Team: Kent State



Playing Career
Toronto Argonauts
1970 - 1981

Awards/Honours

—Frank M. Gibson Trophy
1970

—All-Eastern Defensive End
1971 - 1973, 1975, 1977 - 1980

—All-Canadian Defensive End
1971, 1973, 1975, 1977

—Schenley Award for Most Outstanding Defensive Player
1975

—Grey Cup Participation
1971


Class of 1990
—Jim Corrigal
—Dave Fennell
—Marv Luster
—Eagle Keys
—Ken Preston