Paul Squibb
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Paul Squibb
Paul Squibb
Chattanooga Mocs
Career history
CollegeChattanooga (1915–1916)
Career highlights and awards

Paul Squibb was a college football player.


Squibb was a prominent running back for the Chattanooga Mocs of the University of Chattanooga, selected All-Southern in 1915.[1] That year, he set a record with 5 touchdowns in the game against Carson-Newman.[2][3] He was inducted into the Chattanooga Hall of Fame in 1987.[4] Before a game with his alma mater Washington & Jefferson, Chattanooga coach Johnny Spiegel said "I have the greatest fullback playing football today. He is Squibb and for the first time in weeks he will be in perfect condition Saturday. I know we have received several wallopings, but we are good and will demonstrate this to your satisfaction."[5]

See also


  1. ^ Dick Jemison (November 30, 1915). "Composite All-Southern Of Ten Of The Dopesters". Atlanta Constitution.
  2. ^ Mocs History & Records Book (PDF). p. 88.
  3. ^ "UT-C, Furman Share Lead". The Sumter Daily Item. November 8, 1982.
  4. ^ "Current Hall of Fame Members".
  5. ^ "Red and Black Has Come Back In Good Style". The Pittsburgh Press. November 20, 1916.

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