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Encyclopedia > Don McCauley
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Tailback, University of North Carolina, 1968-70


A two-time First Team All-Conference selection and two-time Conference Player of the Year


Broke just about every rushing record possible.


The versatile McCauley contributed to the team as a receiver, rusher, kick returner, and punter, leading the team in most categories. In 1970 he led the nation in rushing with 1,720 yards and all-purpose running with 2,021 yards. His 1,720 yards rushing broke the NCAA record and continues to withstand the test of time ranking as the second highest total in ACC history and the highest at North Carolina. A consensus All-America selection and team captain his senior year, McCauley led the conference in scoring with 21 touchdowns for 126 points and continues to hold numerous school records. His career numbers show 5,014 all-purpose yards compiled from 3,172 rushing yards, 786 yards receiving, and 1,056 yards on kick returns. In addition, he led the team in punting with 48 punts for 1,845 yards - a 38.4 yard average.


Played 11 seasons with the Baltimore Colts.


Resides in Chapel Hill, North Carolina with wife Tracey McCauley and three daughters, Krystin McCauley (29), Brooke McCauley(26), and Brittney McCauley (20)


 
 

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