Player Spotlight: Angelo Coia

COIAUSC tailback Angelo Coia played at The Citadel his freshman year and then followed his coach, Al Davis, to USC in 1957. Coia then switched to split end and played seven seasons in the NFL with the Bears, Redskins and Falcons.

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  • NOBSisdaMAN

    Big Wang is lighting up with recruiting info while Scotty goes through his football card collection. Jeeezzzzee

  • NOBSisdaMAN

    Can’t wait to see Scotty’s card of Papa Petros shoveling down a huge bowl of spaghetti and meat balls while mumbling on the air with his punk kid.

    • WEB_Dupree

      Shouldn’t he be shoveling down moussaka instead? Or gyros?

      • gotroy22

        Or oozo!

    • ThaiMex

      At least Petros knows WHO is daddy is ….To you, he’s only known as one the guy’s that gave your mommy the $25.
      fit Un!

      • NOBSisdaMAN

        And YOUR mommy $.25.

      • UCLA owns LA Football

        Nice to have you back.

      • NOBSisdaMAN

        He only had to give your mommy $.25.

        • ThaiMex

          real clever reply nubber….Your head must ache….
          Fit Un Dummy!

          • NOBSisdaMAN

            Not like your mummy

      • Jethro G Sabbath

        Not to nitpick but that should have been “guys”, not “guy’s”.

        Other than that, stellar work!

  • Yale O. Leftwich

    Part of the ’59 team that was a great team;I think he was considered the fastest football player college or pro;also ran track as a sprinter.I attended all the home games and going into the UCLA game they were undefeated,we lost,and then they went to ND and lost in the snow;still a great year.