Former UNC football and baseball star Danny Talbott dies at 75

, one of the most revered athletes in UNC history, died Sunday morning at his home in Rocky Mount. He was 75. He was a three-sport athlete at UNC. He played baseball and football there from 1963 to 1967, and basketball for a couple of months on the freshman team. The former quarterback won ACC Player of the Year in football in 1965. (Charlotte Observer)

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