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Wrong Fred Sington?

Mr. Fred W. Sington Jr.



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Employment History

All-American Lineman

University of Alabama

All-American Tackle

The Alabama


Phi Beta Kappa

Crimson Tide

the Washington

Alabama Sports Hall-of-Fame...had



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Fred Sington (1910-1988)

An All-American tackle for Alabama from 1928 to 1930, Sington played on the 1931 Rose Bowl squad his senior year. He was also the president of the student body that year and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. After graduating he played professional baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Washington Senators. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1955.


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Despite the interest the song sparked ... [cached]

Despite the interest the song sparked in Alabama's Sington, the tale told in "Football Freddy" wasn't exactly an autobiographical match. The lyrics focus far more on the player's romantic pursuits than his gridiron prowess. As one verse opines: The women folks galore, They know how he can score, Especially when the lights are low Football Freddy, rugged and tan. Football Freddy, my collegiate man. The tune also notes of Freddy; "he's not so good at school. That wasn't at all descriptive of the actual Fred Sington who was renowned for his academic excellence, as shown by his selection as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Posted by C.J. Schexnayder at8:00 AM

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"We did go on one little ... [cached]

"We did go on one little trip," recalled the team's All-American tackle Fred Sington. "Out to an orange grove.

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