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Sacks, Sanford

Sanford J. Sacks

Sacks was an offensive lineman at Northwestern University in the 1950s.

Career Highlights:
Sachs played on the offensive line for Northwestern in the mid-1950s, but during his four-year career, Northwestern had a record of 9-27-2. Sachs, however, still excelled in the tough Big Ten Conference. In 1954, Sanford was selected AP Big Ten honorable mention, and named to the Big Ten All-Academic team. In 1955, Sachs was team captain and named AP Big Ten honorable mention.

Career Dates:
Sachs played tackle at Northwestern University from 1953-1955.

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