Don Horn Speaker Profile
Don Horn Biography
Don attended San Diego State University where he quarterbacked the Aztecs to an undefeated season and the No. 1 ranking Small College NCAA National Championship in 1966. He was named first team Little All American QB in 1966 by the Associated Press. He played for Head Coach Don Air Coryell at SDSU where he quarterbacked Coryells first ever undefeated football team in 1966. He was voted MVP in the 1966 Camellia Bowl, and was named the starting QB for the West team in the 1966 East-West Shrine College All Star football game. He was also named the California Collegiate Athlete of the Year in 1966. Don was inducted into the SDSU HOF in 1989.
Don was a First round draft choice by Vince Lombardi and the Green Bay Packers in 1967.
He was a member of the Super Bowl II World Champion Packers in 1967. He was named NFL Player of the week once in 1968 and twice in 1969 while understudying the legendary Bart Starr. He set three Green Bay Packer individual passing records in 1969. Don was the first QB to ever pass for over 400 yards in a single game at Lambeau Field and the first QB to pass for 5 TDs in a single game at Lambeau Field, and Don holds the record of the longest touchdown pass ever thrown in a regular season game at Lambeau Field by any quarterback.
Don was traded to the Denver Broncos in 1971 where he injured his knee and suffered a severe shoulder injury midway through that season. Don played nine years of professional football, Green Bay, Denver, Cleveland, San Diego Chargers and one year in the historic WFL, Portland Thunder (Five of the eight years in the NFL, he backed up two future NFL Hall of Fame Quarterbacks, Bart Starr and Dan Fouts).
Don is an active member of the NFL Retired Players Association, the NFL Alumni and President Emeritus of the NFL Alumni Chapters in Arizona and Colorado.
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