Gary Barnes

Gary Marshall Barnes (born September 13, 1939 in Fairfax, Alabama) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League for the Green Bay Packers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Chicago Bears, and the Atlanta Falcons. He played college football at Clemson University.

Gary Barnes
No. 80, 86
Position:Wide receiver
Personal information
Born:September 13, 1939 (age 79)
Fairfax, Alabama
Height:5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight:200 lb (91 kg)
Career information
High school:Valley (Valley, Alabama)
College:Clemson
NFL Draft:1962 / Round: 3 / Pick: 41
AFL draft:1962 / Round: 9 / Pick: 69
Career history
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Games played:60
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Early years

Barnes attended Valley High School, where he practiced football and basketball. He spent a year at Gordon Military Academy, before accepting a scholarship from Clemson University with the intention of playing both sports.[1]

Head coach Frank Howard convinced him to just focus on football and eventually named him a starter at split end as a sophomore, registering 9 receptions for 216 yards and 3 touchdowns. He had a 68-yard touchdown reception in a 23-7 win over the seventh-ranked Texas Christian University in the 1959 Bluebonnet Bowl.

The next year, he posted 14 receptions for 256 yards and one touchdown. He was moved to halfback as a senior, finishing with 16 receptions for 247 yards, 8 carries for 31 yards and 3 touchdowns.

In 2002, he was inducted into the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame. In 2005, he was inducted in the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.

Professional career

Green Bay Packers

Barnes was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the third round (41st overall) of the 1962 NFL Draft and was also selected by the New York Titans in the ninth round (69th overall) of the 1962 AFL Draft.[2] As a rookie, he was a backup wide receiver, appearing in 13 games with no receptions and was a member of the 1962 NFL Championship team.

In 1963, he was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a fifth round draft choice (#60-Duke Carlisle).

Dallas Cowboys

In 1963, he appeared in 12 games (3 starts), registering 15 receptions for 195 yards. On June 18, 1964, he was traded to the Chicago Bears in exchange for defensive end Maury Youmans.[3]

Chicago Bears

In 1964, the Chicago Bears acquired Barnes for depth purposes and he only recorded 4 receptions for 61 yards. He was waived in August 1965.

Philadelphia Eagles

On August 23, 1965, he was signed as a free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles.[4] He was released 7 days later on August 30.[5]

Atlanta Falcons

In 1965, Barnes was the first player signed to a contract by the Atlanta Falcons in team history.[6] He was asked to play for a semi-pro football team in Huntsville, to keep in shape since the franchise was still a year away from beginning play. The next season, he scored the first touchdown in Falcons history, with a 53-yard reception from quarterback Randy Johnson during a 14-19 loss in the season opener against the Los Angeles Rams.[7] On November 25, 1966, he was released to make room for rookie Richard Koeper.[8]

Barnes was re-signed in January 1967.[9] He was released on September 4, 1968.[10] Although he had an opportunity to try-out for other teams, he opted to retire, finishing with 60 career games, 41 receptions for 583 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Personal life

After football, he worked in the fiber division of Chevron Corporation. He also operated a textile business and was an investment adviser.

In 1986, although he had no previous legal experience, he was asked by then-Clemson City Council member Gaston Gage to become Clemson's first full-time municipal judge. He spent 30 years in that job until retiring in 2015.[11]

References

  1. ^ "S. Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame inducts Fox, Barnes". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  2. ^ "Four Draft Choices Signed by the Packers". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  3. ^ "Cowboys Trade Barnes to Bears". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  4. ^ "Eagles Signs Barnes". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  5. ^ "Bears' Ktreitling Quits". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  6. ^ "Casualties Are Plentiful In Football Ranks". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  7. ^ "Rams Edge By Falcons". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  8. ^ "Barnes On Waivers". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  9. ^ "Another Year For Barnes". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  10. ^ "Falcons Flying All Over". Retrieved February 10, 2016.
  11. ^ "Clemson judge to retire after nearly 30 years on the bench". Retrieved February 10, 2016.

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1959 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team

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1959 Bluebonnet Bowl

The 1959 Bluebonnet Bowl was a college football postseason bowl game between the TCU Horned Frogs and the Clemson Tigers. This was the first ever Bluebonnet Bowl, a bowl game that usually featured a team from Texas against an out-of-state opponent, with 19 out of the 29 games in this series involving a team from Texas, or from the SWC.

1960 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team

The 1960 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team consists of American football players chosen by various selectors for their All-Atlantic Coast Conference ("ACC") teams for the 1960 college football season. Selectors in 1960 included the Associated Press (AP) and the United Press International (UPI).

1962 Green Bay Packers season

The 1962 Green Bay Packers season was their 44th season overall and their 42nd season in the National Football League. The club posted a 13–1 record under coach Vince Lombardi, earning them a first-place finish in the Western Conference. The Packers ended the season by defeating the New York Giants 16–7 in the NFL Championship Game, the Packers second consecutive defeat of the Giants in the championship game. This marked the Packers' eighth NFL World Championship.

In 2007, ESPN.com ranked the 1962 Packers as the fifth-greatest defense in NFL history, noting, "The great 1962 Packers had a rock-solid defense front to back, with five Hall of Famers: defensive linemen Willie Davis and Henry Jordan, linebacker Ray Nitschke, cornerback Herb Adderley, and safety Willie Wood. (They also had 1962 All-Pro linebackers Dan Currie and Bill Forester.) Green Bay gave up just 10.8 points per game, shutting out opponents three times. The Packers held opposing QBs to a 43.5 rating, due, in part, to Wood's league-leading nine interceptions. The Packers' defense allowed the Giants 291 yards in the NFL championship game, but held the Giants offense scoreless as the Packers won, 16–7 (New York scored on a blocked punt)."

The Packers' +267 point differential (points scored vs. points against) in 1962 is the best total of any NFL team in the 1960s. Cold Hard Football Facts says that the 1962 Packers "may have been the best rushing team in the history of football. And that team etched in historic stone the image of Lombardi's three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust Packers that is still so powerful today."

1962 NFL Draft

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1963 Dallas Cowboys season

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The New Democratic government of Premier Allan Blakeney and the opposition Liberal Party, led by David Steuart, both parties dropped in support to the resurgent Progressive Conservative Party, a minor force in the 1971 election, drew over a quarter of all votes.

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The 2016 Rossendale Borough Council election Took place on 5 May 2016 to elect members to one third of Rossendale Borough Council in England prior to elections Labour held 19 seats Conservatives held 15 with 3 Independents. The results was a Labour Victory with 3 seats gained 2 from the Conservatives and 1 from Independent. UKIP The Green Party and National Front along with several Independents also fielded candidates. This was on the same day as other local elections. It was worth noting that the Conservative party were only requiring a net gain of three seats to take control of the council. The resulting Labour victory was a surprise. The most surprising was Labour's taking of the seemingly safe Conservative ward of Eden.

Rossendale Borough Council

Labour 22

Conservative 13

Community First 1

Lib Dem 0

UKIP 0

Green 0

Independent 0

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Cribden Ward

Andrea FLETCHER (Labour Party) – 542 votes (ELECTED)

Michael PICKUP (UK Independence Party) – 152 votes

Jenny RIGBY (Conservative Party) – 391 votes

Hilary Jane WHITEHEAD (Green Party) – 71 votes

Result Labour HOLD

Ward turnout = 41.60%

Eden Ward

Janice Beverley JOHNSON (Labour Party) – 549 votes – (ELECTED)

Mischa MOCKETT (Conservative Party) – 492 votes

Incumbent Darryl Smith (Conservative) Not Standing

Ward Turnout = 36.32%

Result – Labour GAIN from Conservative

Facit & Shawforth Ward

Tom ALDRED (Labour Party) – 381 votes (ELECTED)

Max Alexander LAKE (UK Independence Party) – 200 votes

Dayne POWELL (Conservative Party) – 304 votes

Ward Turnout = 31.82%

Incumbent Mandalene De Souza (Independent) Not Standing

Result – Labour GAIN from Independent

Goodshaw Ward

Ronald Broadley ASHWORTH (UK Independence Party) – 122 votes

Dorothy FARRINGTON (Labour Party) – 709 votes (ELECTED)

Lynn TATT (Conservative Party) – 378

Ward Turnout = 38.60%

Result – Labour HOLD

Greenfield Ward

Lisa Michelle BLOOR (Labour Party) – 584 votes

Val ROBERTS (Conservative Party) – 693 votes (ELECTED)

Alan WEAVER (UK Independence Party) – 212 votes

Ward Turnout = 34.20%

Result – Conservative Hold

Greensclough Ward

Barbara Marion ASHWORTH (Labour Party) – 839 votes (ELECTED)

Mark MILLS (Conservative Party) – 630 votes

Ward Turnout = 34.10%

Result – Labour HOLD

Hareholme Ward

Clive BALCHIN (Independent) – 547 votes

David Alexander FOXCROFT (Conservative Party) – 477 votes

Andy MACNAE (Labour Party) – 615 votes (ELECTED)

Ward Turnout = 39.96%

Result – Labour HOLD

Helmshore Ward

Noel William O’BRIEN (Independent) – 236 votes

David STANSFIELD (Conservative Party) – 1003 votes (ELECTED)

Sam STUART-BOOTH (Labour Party) – 700 votes

Ward Turnout = 40.54%

Incumbent Peter Smith (Conservative) Not Standing

Result – Conservative HOLD

Irwell Ward

Kevin Alastair BRYAN (National Front) – 128 votes

Laura-Beth THOMPSON (Conservative Party) – 462 votes

Andrew WALMSLEY (Labour Party) – 661 votes (ELECTED)

Ward Turnout = 30.62%

Result – Labour HOLD

Longholme Ward

Gary BARNES (UK Independence Party) – 262 votes

Thomas Alfred BLACKBURN (Conservative Party) – 500 votes

Steve HUGHES (Labour Party) – 768 votes (ELECTED)

Ward Turnout = 36.83%

Result – Labour HOLD

Whitewell Ward

Pam BROMLEY (Labour Party) – 651 votes (ELECTED)

Sarah Elizabeth COLLINGE (Conservative Party) – 607 votes

John David PAYNE (Green Party) – 137 votes

Ward Turnout = 33.43%

Result – Labour GAIN from Conservative

Worsley Ward

Naomi ADAMS (Conservative Party) – 418 votes

Granville BARKER (UK Independence Party) – 265 votes

Marilyn Winifred Anne PROCTER (Labour Party) – 733 votes (ELECTED)

Ward Turnout = 33.81%

Result – Labour HOLD

Overall Local Election Turnout = 35.92%

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