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Steve H. Jones
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 12/14/2005
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All-America, 1972
All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1972
ACC Player of the Year, 1972
Season and Career Rushing Record
National Football League, 1973-79

The 1972 ACC Player of the Year, running back Steve Jones set school rushing standards that are unequaled to this day.

Jones, a native of Sanford, N.C., became the first running back in Duke history to run for 1,000 yards with 1,236 his senior year.

He finished his illustrious career with All-America honors and a school record 2,951 yards and 20 touchdowns plus appearances in the Hula Bowl and East-West Shrine Classic.

A sophomore All-America by Football News in 1970, Jones set 11 single game, season and career standards during his illustrious career.

Jones went on to play seven years in the NFL for Buffalo and St. Louis before retiring in 1979 after undergoing neck surgery.

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