Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

YA Tittle Dies: Hall of Fame Quarterback Was 90

YA Tittle Dies: Hall of Fame Quarterback Was 90

New York Giants and Louisiana State University star quarterback Y.A. Tittle, a two-time NFL MVP who was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday night, the school said. Proving he wasn't done yet, he went on to win an MVP award while also leading the league in various passing categories in 1962 and 1963.

Tittle's death was confirmed to his alma mater LSU by his family on Monday. He shared playing time during his first two seasons with quarterback Franke Albert and became the 49ers' starter in 1953, which ended up being a Pro Bowl season for Tittle.

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When Tittle left San Francisco, he went to NY to play for the Giants for the last four seasons of his career.

Tittle holds the National Football League record for touchdowns in a game (seven), which has been tied multiple times.

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24, 1926, Tittle played collegiately with the Tigers from 1944-47 before being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1948.

Over his career, Tittle passed for 28,339 yards with 212 touchdowns and 221 interceptions.

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The picture came after a play where Tittle was hit so hard that he suffered a concussion and a cracked sternum. Both numbers have stood the test of time. Tittle led an offense that featured three future Hall of Fame running backs - Hugh McElhenny, Joe Perry and John Henry Johnson - in what was known as the "Million Dollar Backfield".

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