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Curtis Raymond Dickey

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Texas A&M University


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Curtis Dickey (1977) - Texas A&M


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Curtis Dickey
Curtis Dickey Curtis Raymond Dickey (born November 27, 1956 in Madisonville, Texas), was a two-sport athlete at Texas A&M University where he was an outstanding running back in football and excelled in track and field, winning the NCAA championship in the 60 yard dash three times (1978-1980). http://wn.com/Curtis_Dickey


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INDOOR: Demps won his third-consecutive NCAA 60-meter title during the indoor season, joining Pitt's Lee McRae (1986-87-88, 55 meters), Texas A&M's Curtis Dickey (1978-79-80, 60 yards), and Nebraska's Charlie Greene (1965-66-67, 60 yards) as three-time national indoor sprint champs.


Beach, Derrick, Irwin Now on Bowerman Watch after NCAA Indoor Meet : The Bowerman: The Nation's Top Award for Collegiate Track & Field Athletes

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Jeff Demps, Florida - Demps won his third-consecutive NCAA 60-meter title during the indoor season, joining Pitt's Lee McRae (1986-87-88, 55 meters), Texas A&M's Curtis Dickey (1978-79-80, 60 yards), and Nebraska's Charlie Greene (1965-66-67, 60 yards) as three-time national indoor sprint champs.


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