He's already in the big leagues

Reid, Ron
October 1977
Sports Illustrated;10/31/1977, Vol. 47 Issue 18, p62
The article features quarterback Doug Williams of Grambling State University in Louisiana. Williams is expected to make 90 touchdown (TD) passes by December 1977 based on the rate he is throwing TD passes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). He recorded TD of almost 7,000 yards as a Tiger quarterback. Also noted is the role of Williams as a player-coach for the Tigers.


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