Walt Dubzinski

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American football player

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According to Wikipedia, Walter John Dubzinski, Sr. was an American football center and guard in the National Football League for the New York Giants and Boston Yanks. Career Born to Felix and Anna Lauciniunas, Dubzinski graduated from Gardner High School in 1937, where he played football and was a co-captain. He went on to attend Boston College and played football as a fullback, linebacker, and center there under Gil Dobie and Frank Leahy from 1938 to 1940. Dubzinski was the starting center in the 1940 season, when the team went undefeated with an 11–0 record and defeated the Tennessee Volunteers in the 1941 Sugar Bowl.

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