"[Archie Manning] could hurt you in more ways than any other quarterback I’ve ever seen," said Alabama coach Paul W. Bryant. "He could roll out, sprint out, drop back and throw while scrambling. He had a strong arm, a quick release and he could run like the wind."
— An interesting article on the Ole Miss legend noting his winning the Reds Bagnell Award presented annually for contributions to the game of football. Bryant's final assessment: "There may never have been the equal in college football to Archie Manning."