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Endicott Peabody


Endicott Peabody II

Inducted 1973

Date of Birth



Lawrence, MA


Harvard University (1939-1941)


The Midshipmen of Navy, unbeaten and heavily favored, entered Harvard Stadium one October afternoon in 1941 and were about to be submarined by a Crimson guard Endicott Peabody. This lineman unleashed an attack that foiled the Midshipman attack at every corner. Peabody forced one fumble and recovered another, ending a pair of Navy scoring threats. It was one of his finest games as the two teams battled to a scoreless tie. Harvard was only a slightly better than average team at 12-8-4 during Peabody's three-year career. Harvard was 5-2-1 during Peabody's final campaign, the best Crimson mark during his tenure, and he earned unanimous All-America notice and placed sixth in the Heisman balloting. Endicott Peabody was governor of Massachusetts 1963-65.


Height 6'0

Weight 181

Career Highlights

  • 1941 Heisman - Sixth
  • 1941 Unanimous All-America
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