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Willie Roy Evans (December 1, 1937 – January 4, 2017) was a running back for the University at Buffalo football team in the late 1950s. In 1958, the Buffalo Bulls refused an offer to play Florida State University in the Tangerine Bowl because Evans and backup defensive end Mike Wilson were not welcome to play in ...


Jan 7, 2017 ... Willie Evans, who, as a standout halfback in 1958, helped the University of Buffalo secure its first invitation to a bowl game, only to be barred with a teammate from playing in it because they were black — a decision that so outraged the team that it refused to participate — died on Wednesday in Buffalo.


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Jan 5, 2017 ... “The entire UB family is deeply saddened by the passing of Willie Evans,” UB Director of Athletics Allen Greene said. “He meant so much to UB, not only as a student-athlete, but as an ambassador of the university and the city he loved. His historical significance to the university will stand as a lasting legacy, ...


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Willie Evans is a Defensive Tackle from Waynesboro, MS. He has committed to Mississippi State Bulldogs.


History. Willie and Doris Evans used to work at a plant where they were consistently exposed to radioactive elements. As a result, their only child Willie Evans, Jr. was born a mutant. Unlike other mutants, Willie developed his ability to warp reality while still a very young child. Willie had little to no control over his abilities and ...


Jan 5, 2017 ... Willie Evans, the star black halfback of Buffalo's 1958 team that balked at competing in the Tangerine Bowl because of a rule barring integrated football games, has died. He was 79.