Crazy Canton Cuts = Maxie Baughan

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Published: April 5, 2009

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... />12 Seasons
147 Games Played
18 Interceptions
9 Pro Bowls





Maxie Calloway Baughan was a second round draft pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 1960, the 20th player chosen overall. Maxie went to college at Georgia Tech, where he is a legend. He started, and played, both ways at Linebacker and Center for the Rambling Wreck. Baughan set a record that still stands today, when he had 124 tackles during his senior year. He was named the Southeastern Conference Player Of The Year that season, as well as All American. He was then named the MVP of the Gator Bowl, when he led his team to victory. Maxie Baughan is in the Georgia Tech, Georgia Sports, Alabama, Gator Bowl Hall Of Fame's, as well as the College Football Hall Of Fame.



After playing in both the Hula Bowl and College All Star game, Baughan joined the Eagles and was inserted into Outside Linebacker on the right side of the defense. He played alongsid...

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