Frank Harris (quarterback)

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Frank Harris is a former American football quarterback.

Harris played for the Boston College Eagles football team from 1968-1970. He finished his BC career first all time in passing yards (4,555), attempts (655), touchdowns (44), and interceptions (45). Although all of these records would be broken by Doug Flutie, Harris' 37 completions and 57 pass attempts against the Army Black Knights in 1968 are still BC records (Shawn Halloran and Matt Ryan have each tied the attempts record).[1]

Harris was selected by the Detroit Lions in the 6th round (150th overall pick) in the 1971 NFL Draft. He was cut by the Lions at the end of the preseason.

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