Richard "Dick" Huffman

Inducted in 1987

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College Team: University of Tennessee
Richard Huffman played four years of professional football in the United States before being lured to Canada by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

       Huffman was a splendid two-way tackle who was known for his tremendous strength and agility. In his final season Huffman was selected to the All-Star Team as both an offensive and defensive tackle. Sports reports suggested that “enemy quarterbacks simply ran their plays away from Dick Huffman”.

       Dick Huffman was nominated twice for both the Schenley Outstanding Lineman Award and the Schenley Outstanding Player Award.


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College Team: University of Tennessee



Playing Career
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1951- 1955
Calgary Stampeders
1956, 1957

Awards/Honours

—All-Western Offensive Tackle
1952, 1954, 1957

—All-Western Defensive Tackle
1953 - 1957

—Grey Cup Participation
1953


Class of 1987
—Richard "Dick" Huffman
—Angelo Mosca
—Tom Wilkinson
—Robert "Bob" Kramer
—Harold E. Ballard