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Claude Taugher

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Claude Buckley Taugher (March 2, 1895 – February 8, 1963), also known as Biff Taugher, was a player in the National Football League for the Green Bay Packers in 1922 as a fullback. He also was an officer with the United States Marine Corps during World War I, and was awarded the Navy Cross and the Distinguished Service Cross. Football career Taugher first played at the collegiate level at Carroll College. After returning from World War I, Taugher then played for Marquette University. On September 1, 1922, the football coach for Marquette University gave the Packers permission to sign Taugher. The Packers wished to get official permission, since the team had been in trouble with the league the year before for signing ineligible players. Taugher played for only one season. He coached the Carroll College football team in 1923, compiling a 0-3-1 record. Military career Taugher was a second lieutenant in the with the 6th Regiment, 4th Brigade (Marine), 2nd Division of
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