Harold "Red" Grange statue

Harold "Red" Grange statue (StreetView)
The base of the statue reads: "Red Grange is considered the greatest player in college football history. He lettered as a halfback from 1923-25, earning All-American honors in all three seasons. His most memorable performance occurred in the Memorial Stadium dedication game against Michigan on October 18, 1924, when he scored four touchdowns the first four times he touched the ball, on runs of 95, 67, 56, and 44 yards. He was inducted as a charter member into both of the College and Pro Halls of Fame.
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