Even at the time, legendary Lehigh QB Pat Pazzetti had a reputation for doing it all.
The Brown and White's dynamic playmaker did a little of everything for the team.
Back in the days when players went both ways and there weren't designated specialists, Pazzetti not only was the quarterback, but he also kicked punts and returned kicks as well.
In 1912, after a 35-0 thrashing by national powerhouse Princeton and facing the prospect of playing Navy - who had gone 9-0-1 against Lehigh in their last ten games - things had to be looking bleak for the Brown and White's season, even with a team with some national ambitions.
After all, Navy hadn't lost a football game in three years' time.
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