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  • 2006 USC News
  • Don Doll is born on August 29, 1926 in Los Angeles. He is a retired National Football League defensive back who played for the Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins and Los Angeles Rams. He is a four time pro bowl player (1950-1953). He was also the pro bowl MVP in 1952.

    Doll played college football at the University of Southern California as a defensive back and also the positioned as a half back, where he was all Pac 10 conference in 1948.

    Oct. 8, 1949, The Lions' Don Doll intercepted a pass and returned it 95 yards for a TD, but it wasn't enough as the Steelers hung on to win, 14-7.

    Oct. 23, 1949, The Cardinals opened the game with an 82-yard run by Elmer Angsman, but from then on it was all Detroit as the Lions knocked off the Cardinals in Chicago, 24-7. Bill Dudley led the Lions with 12 points (1 TD, 1 FG and 3 PATs). The Lions defense came up big in the game as Don Doll intercepted an NFL-record four passes and Bob Smith returned an interception 102 yards for a touchdown, the longest return in team history and the second-longest in the history of the league. The game marked the last time the Lions played the Cardinals in Chicago.

    Oct. 23, 1949, On a day meant for the record books, the Lions beat the Chicago Cardinals 24-7, gaining their first win of the season after four defeats. Playing the largest role in the victory is the Detroit defensive secondary. Bob Smith recorded a 102-yard interception return for touchdown and Don Doll picked off an NFL record four Cardinal passes. Smith's return remains the second-longest interception return in NFL history and Doll's one-game total sends him on the way to leading the club in interceptions with 11, two of them resulting in touchdowns. The Cardinals gain revenge on the Lions, however, two weeks later by defeating Detroit 42-19.

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