Jack Concannon '64
- A precision passer and elusive runner, this fine quarterback
accounted for 3,564 yards of offense in his three-year
- Won All-East and All-New England honors as a senior, as well
as the George "Bulger" Lowe Award as the region's
- In 1963, he became the first Eagle player to win the "Triple
Crown" of the Thomas F. Scanlan Award (outstanding senior
scholar-athlete), O'Melia Award (outstanding player of the
annual BC-Holy Cross game), and the Harry Agganis Award
(outstanding senior player in New England).
- Named Most Valuable Player in the North-South Shrine Game.
- Enjoyed a long and successful National Football League
career with the Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, and
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall
of Fame in 1973.