Back to search

Tony Blazine


Anthony Abraham Blazine, Jr.

Inducted 2002

Date of Birth



Canton, IL


Illinois Wesleyan University (1931-1934)


Tony Blazine was a four-year letterman at tackle for Illinois Wesleyan 1931-34. Illinois Wesleyan had a four-year record of 20-10-4 while playing a schedule that included Michigan State, Kentucky, DePaul, and St. Louis--high ranking teams in that era. He was named to the first-ever Little All-America football team in 1934. Blazine played 57 minutes in the College All Star Game in 1935. He played five seasons with the Chicago Cardinals and two with the New York Giants. He then served as assistant coach at the University of Illinois and the University of Washington.


Height 6'0

Weight 232

Career Highlights

  • 1934 First Team All-America (College Div.)
Icon Tickets

Secure your tickets now and be apart of the legacy. Don’t miss the chance to experience greatness firsthand!

Icon Membership

Unlock exclusive access and be part of something legendary. Join our community and enjoy premium benefits today!

Icon Shop

Take a piece of greatness home. Shop our exclusive collection of themed items and preserve the legacy in your own way!