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Ken Rice

Born: Sep 14, 1939

Birthplace: Bainbridge

Profession: American football player

Nationality: United States

Ken Rice

Date of Birth : Sep 14, 1939
Birth Place : Bainbridge

Kenneth Earl Rice is a former an American football offensive tackle in the American Football League for the Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders, and the Miami Dolphins. He played college football at Auburn University. Born September 14, 1939 in Bainbridge, GA. Played collegiately at Auburn, was a three-year starter at tackle. During his varsity tenure Auburn posted a 24-5-1 record. He was a consensus All-American his junior and senior year. Twice was he name Most Valuable Offensive Lineman in the SEC. In ’60 he was also named Most Valuable Defensive Lineman in the SEC. Three consecutive years was named to the All-SEC Team. Captain of Auburn’s ’60 team. Selected to more All-American Teams than any player in Auburn history at that time. Named to the Freshman All-SEC Team in ’57. Played in four-post season all-star games after his senior season. Member of Auburn’s undefeated team in ’58. Elected to the Auburn Team of the Century. Inducted into the Auburn Tiger Trails. Selected as a member of the 1950s Auburn Team of the Decade. First player drafted in both the American Football League and the National Football League in 1960.


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