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Extractions: Awards Football Year Award 1964 Associated Press - 1st Team All-American Football News - 1st Team All-American Football Writers Association - 1st Team All-American Newspaper Enterprises Association - 1st Team All-American New York Daily News - 1st Team All-American American Football Coaches Association - 2nd Team All-American United Press International - 2nd Team All-American NCAA - Concensus All-American Elected into the FSU Hall of Fame in 1977 Fred Biletnikoff starred at wide receiver for the Seminoles from 1961-64 drawing national attention to FSU's sophisticated passing game. Biletnikoff became FSU's first consensus All-American as a senior when he ranked fourth in the nation with 57 receptions and 11 touchdowns, and those numbers do not reflect his spectacular performance in the Gator Bowl where he set the bowl record with four touchdowns and 192 receiving yards in 1964. He went on to become one of the greatest receivers in the history of the NFL, playing 14 seasons with the Oakland Raiders. He was voted Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XI and was named to four Pro Bowls. He is a member of both the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame.
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Extractions: zWASL=1;zGRH=1 zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') zDO=0 Home Sports Football Search By James Alder , About.com Guide zSB(3,3) February 23, 1943 - Erie, Pennsylvania Drafted: Fred Biletnikoff was a second round draft choice of the Oakland Raiders in the 1965 AFL Draft. He was also selected by the NFL's Detroit Lions, but chose to sign with the Raiders instead. Position Played: Wide Receiver Played For: Oakland Raiders Alma Mater: Florida State Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Fred Biletnikoff's best season came in 1968, when he led the league in receiving with 61 receptions for 1,037 yards and six touchdowns. High School: Technical Memorial High School - Erie, Pa. More Fred Biletnikoff Suggested Reading w('New posts to the Football forums:BEERgods! Mock V. 102410Now the season is overWhat REALLY happened')
Extractions: Erie, Pennsylvania Place of birth Erie, Pennsylvania Career information College Florida State NFL Draft Round: 3 Pick: 39 Debuted in 1965 for the Oakland Raiders Last played in 1978 for the Oakland Raiders Made coaching debut in 1980 for the Montreal Alouettes Last coached in 2006 for the Oakland Raiders Career history As coach: Career highlights and awards Stats at NFL.com Pro Football Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame Frederick S. "Fred" Biletnikoff (born February 23, 1943) is a former American football wide receiver and coach. He spent the majority of his professional playing and coaching days with the Oakland Raiders . Biletnikoff retired as an NFL Football player after the 1978 season, and played one additional season in the Canadian Football League for the Montreal Alouettes.
Extractions: * Deceased Hall of Fame members (alphabetically) Name Year Position Adderley, Herb Cornerback Alworth, Lance WR Atkins, Doug Defensive end Badgro, Morris (Red)* End Barney, Lem Cornerback Battles, Cliff* Halfback Baugh, Sammy Quarterback Bednarik, Chuck Center, LB Bell, Bert* Administrator, owner Bell, Bobby LB, DE Berry, Raymond End Bidwill, Charles W. Sr.* Owner, administrator Biletnikoff, Fred WR Blanda, George QB, kicker Blount, Mel Cornerback Bradshaw, Terry Quarterback Brown, Jim Fullback Brown, Paul Coach Brown, Roosevelt
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Extractions: SuperBowlConcierge.com Super Bowls Super Bowl 11 MVP Fred Biletnikoff Super Bowl History This game marked the second Super Bowl appearance for the Oakland Raiders, who lost Super Bowl II. Two years after their Super Bowl loss, the Raiders hired John Madden as their head coach. Under Madden, the Raiders posted the best overall record for any NFL team in his 8 seasons, 83-22-7. But Super Bowl XI was the first time Madden led his team to a league championship game. They had been eliminated in all 6 of their previous playoff appearances, including 5 losses in the AFC Championship Game. Super Bowl MVP XI Eye-black blazing and wristbands flashing, wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff helped Oakland win its first NFL title with a 32-14 victory over Minnesota. While Biletnikoff had only 4 receptions for 79 yards, three of his catches set up short Oakland touchdowns. An assistant coach with the Raiders since 1989, he has helped current Raider receiver Tim Brown earn five Pro Bowl selections. Advertisement Super Bowl MVPs Advertisement The pregame festivities featured the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) All-City Band and frisbee dog Ashley Whippet. Later, singer Vikki Carr sang "America the Beautiful". There was no national anthem played before coin toss.
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