Fred Marshall

In 1963, Fred became the starting quarterback for the Razorback, and led them to a 27-20 win.  That win was the prelude to an 11-0 season in 1964, a national championship title, and the first win of what would eventually become a 22-game win streak for the Hogs.  The Hogs won the SWC championship (outscoring opponents 231 to 64), and won the Cotton Bowl, beating Nebraska 10-7.  Fred won the Crip Hall Award, was All-SWC, and SWC MVP in 1964 and was named the MVP of the 1965 Cotton Bowl.