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Karras' brothers Lou, Ted and Paul all played football, Lou and Ted in the NFL.
Karras graduated from Emerson High School and attended the University of Iowa, where he earned the Outland Trophy as the best interior lineman in college football.
Kelce told us that he customized a handful of Nike Alpha Field General Elite TD cleats to bust out this season, and that all of them have a nickname. These are what Kelce calls "The Golden Arches," and though he's not sure he'll be able to rock them during a game (he's leaving it up to head coach Andy Reid), they're clearly one his favorites.
"They're all gold with white outlines and chrome bottoms," Kelce said.
When the book was adapted as a movie, Karras played himself opposite Alan Alda's Plimpton.Karras appeared in a variety of movies and TV shows, including "Blazing Saddles" as the outlaw Mongo, who memorably knocked out a horse with a single punch; "Porky's"; the TV miniseries "Centennial," and his starring role in the sitcom "Webster," which he produced with his co-star and wife, Susan Clark. 10, 2012 in Los Angeles, suffering from kidney failure, cancer and dementia.Karras also worked as a commentator on Monday Night Football broadcasts from 1974-76, alongside Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford. Before the likes of West Side star Dana Evans came around, it was Angela Hamblin who starred in the Steel City.One of the greatest female players in Region history, Hamblin was a mega-star at now-defunct Lew Wallace. In her senior year, she averaged 26.2 points, 18 rebounds, 5.3 steals and two blocks a game.She finished third in the voting for Miss Basketball and was an Indiana All-Star.