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Oklahoma State University
A native of Woodward, Oklahoma, Robert Dale Fenimore was a triple threat player at Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma A&M) in the 1940s. He held a career rushing record of 2,563 yards and passed for 2,536 yards with a total offense chart of 5,099 yards. In 1944, he led the nation in total offense with 195 yards per game average. In 1945, he led the nation in both rushing and total offense, and was an All-American in both 1944 and 1945. The 1945 team, which he co-captained, is the only team in OSU history to go unbeaten (9-0). He set many school records, including a career interception mark of 18 which still stands. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1972 and the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame in 2007.