Don McPherson Autographed 'Passing' Photograph
2008 College Football Hall of Fame inductee, Don McPherson, is one of the all-time greats in Syracuse football history. Prior to Don McPherson's arrival at Syracuse University, the Orange finished 2-9 as an independent during the 1982 season. By the end of his senior campaign, the Orange were vying for the national title and finished No. 4 in both major polls with an 11-0-1 record during their 1987 season. Don led the way for the Orange as he won the Maxwell Davey O'Brien and Johnny Unitas awards and finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 1987, after setting 22 Syracuse individual records.
In the magical season of 1987, he completed 129-of-229 passes for 2,341 yards and 22 touchdowns. Additionally, he ran for 531 yards and another four touchdowns. His pass efficiency rating as a senior was a sterling 164.3, which led the nation. McPherson culminated his college career with MVP honors in the 1988 Sugar Bowl against Auburn. McPherson finished his SU playing career in 1987 with the program's all-time passing yards, completions, and pass attempts records.
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