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Doug Flutie exploded onto the nation’s radar during a stellar career at Boston College that culminated with him winning the 1984 Heisman Trophy as the country’s top college football player. En route to the award, he set all-time major college records for passing (10,579 yards), and total offense (11,054 yards).
Flutie received many other honors and awards while at Boston College, including first team All-American from the Associated Press, United Press International, Kodak, the Walter Camp Foundation, The Sporting News, and the Football Writers Association of America. He also was named winner of the Maxwell Club Trophy as the nation’s premier player.
The highlight of Flutie’s senior year was undoubtably the 48-yard “Hail Mary” touchdown pass as time expired that gave Boston College a 47-45 victory over the Miami Hurricanes, which today ranks as one of the most thrilling plays in college football history.
After graduating from Boston College, Flutie had brief stints in the USFL and NFL before moving moved north to play in the Canadian Football League. For eight years, Flutie dominated the league, being named the Most Outstanding Player an unprecedented six times and leading the Calgary Stampeders and Toronto Argonauts to three Grey Cub Championships, where he was named MVP three times. As a result of his successes in the CFL, Flutie was elected to the Canada Sports Hall of Fame in 2007, the first non-Canadian to ever receive the honor.
In 1998, Flutie moved back to the NFL and signed with the Buffalo Bills. During his first year with Buffalo, Flutie earned a Pro Bowl selection and NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors from the Associated Press and Pro Football Weekly after taking over the starting quarterback role five games into the season and leading the Bills to a 7-3 mark in his 10 regular-season starts.
The next year, he set the Bills' team record for rushing yards by a quarterback and led all NFL quarterbacks with 476 rushing yards. Flutie also passed for a career-high 3,171 yards (264 of 478) with 19 touchdowns and 16 interceptions.
After three seasons with the Bills, Flutie signed with the San Diego Chargers, where he played another four seasons. He finished his career in New England as the backup to Patriots All-Pro quarterback Tom Brady. He retired from football after the 2005 season.
While Flutie is best known as a football player, he holds numerous other titles – musician, philanthropist, endorser and broadcaster. - In 2000, he and his band, known as “The Flutie Brothers Band” released a CD entitled “Ramblin Scramblin Man”. - Flutie and his wife established, the “Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism” in the name of their son to help less-fortunate families who have children with autism. - He has been affiliated with such companies as Reebok, Sun Life Financial, Lamisil, Puma, Coca-Cola, 10-10-220, Fleet Bank, Quality Inn, Athlete Direct, Quarterback Club, Wilson, New England/Canadian Business Counsel, Starter Athletic Wear and Burger King. - Flutie currently serves as a college football analyst for ESPN & ABC Sports.