Deral Teteak

Deral Teteak (December 11, 1929 – December 18, 2014) was an American football guard and linebacker who played in the National Football League for the Green Bay Packers.[1]

Teteak was born on December 11, 1929, the son of Miles Teteak and Aritha Hansen Teteak. He attended Oshkosh High School and the University of Wisconsin–Madison.[1] After playing for the Packers, he worked as an assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin.[1][2]

Teteak died on December 18, 2014 in a nursing home in Naples, Florida at the age of 85. He was married for almost 60 years to his wife, Shirley. He had a son, Peter, and a daughter, Lynn.[3]

Deral Teteak
Born:December 11, 1929
Oconto, Wisconsin
Died:December 18, 2014 (aged 85)
Naples, Florida
Career information
Position(s)Guard, Linebacker
CollegeWisconsin
NFL draft1952 / Round: 9 / Pick 100
Career history
As player
1952–1956Green Bay Packers
Career highlights and awards
Pro Bowls1
HonorsPackers Hall of Fame

References

  1. ^ a b c "Deral Teteack To Be Speaker at UW Dinner". Oshkosh Daily Northwestern. May 30, 1958. p. 4. Retrieved December 26, 2014 – via Newspapers.com. open access
  2. ^ "Former Packer Deral Teteack Is Sold on 'Little' Brother's Ability". The Post-Crescent. January 27, 1959. p. 21. Retrieved December 26, 2014 – via Newspapers.com. open access
  3. ^ http://www.packers.com/news-and-events/article-1/Packers-MLB-Deral-Teteak-dies-at-85/f9b2901c-2cb7-47a0-8439-dbf90089d0d2
1951 All-Big Ten Conference football team

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The 1951 Illinois Fighting Illini football team, under head coach Ray Eliot, compiled a 9–0–1 record, won the Big Ten championship, was ranked No. 4 in the final AP poll, and defeated Stanford 40–7 in the 1952 Rose Bowl. The lone setback was a scoreless tie with Ohio State. Halfback Johnny Karras was the Big Ten's only consensus first-team All-American. Linebacker Chuck Boerio was selected as the team's most valuable player.

The 1951 Wisconsin Badgers football team, under head coach Ivy Williamson, compiled a 7–1–1 record, led the conference in scoring defense (5.9 points allowed per game), and was ranked No. 8 in the final AP poll. Quarterback John Coatta was the first-team All-Big Ten quarterback. Defensive end Pat O'Donahue was selected as a first-team All-American by multiple selectors.

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The Packers played their Milwaukee home games in Marquette Stadium during this season only, after using Wisconsin State Fair Park from 1934 through 1951. The new County Stadium became the venue in 1953, and hosted the Milwaukee home games through 1994, when they were discontinued.

Head coach Ronzani was a Marquette University alumnus (1933) and won nine varsity letters in college.

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