Dick Cunningham named to University of Arkansas Hall of Fame

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Dick Cunningham has been named to the University of Arkansas Hall of Fame.

Dick Cunningham, a courtesy cart driver for the Piedmont Fayette Hospital Auxiliary, was recently inducted into the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.

Cunningham was a member of the 1964 National Championship football team and a three-year letter winner at offensive tackle. He was named to the Arkansas All-Decade team for the 1960s and played six seasons for the Buffalo Bills before playing for Houston, Philadelphia, and Detroit.

Cunningham’s son,Karekin, was recently named to the Woodward Academy Sports Hall of Fame.

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