“For me, he remains a unique gift. Today, tomorrow and forever,” she said during a remembrance ceremony 10 years after Baudouin’s death. “The more time goes by, the more he makes me live,” she said.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound “Rusk Rambler” was the nation’s leading scorer and second-leading rusher in his junior year with the Horned Frogs in 1955, scoring 125 points and carrying for 1,283 yards, according to the College Football Hall of Fame website.
“The major goal is that he believes that the primary driver of longevity was biological and not caused by the environment.
“The Rolling Stones are devastated by the loss of their very dear friend and legendary saxophone player, Bobby Keys,” the band said in a statement. “Bobby made a unique musical contribution to the band since the 1960s. He will be greatly missed.”
“Meeting him is not like meeting other stars from the old days,” said Beliveau’s former linemate, Gilles Tremblay, who died last week at age 75. “When people see Bobby Hull, they say: ‘Hi Bobby.’ When they meet Big Jean, it’s always: ‘Hi, Mr. Beliveau.’ He commands respect.”
“Coach Helling left a lasting legacy with the program and remained a strong supporter throughout his lifetime,” current coach Bubba Schweigert said in a statement. “His efforts and contributions to UND football will always hold a special place in our hearts.”
Badillo was born on Aug. 21, 1929, in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
“He was a funny, elegant, generous and brilliant man,” she said of her father.
Known as “Bresh,” Bresciani spent 42 years with the ballclub and was a member of the Red Sox, UMass and Cape Cod Baseball League Halls of Fame.