Army halfback led team to three national titles
LOS ANGELES -- Glenn Davis, who won the Heisman Trophy in 1946 and helped lead Army to three national championships, died at the age of 80.
Davis died of complications from prostate cancer at his home in La Quinta, located about 110 miles east of Los Angeles, said his son, Ralph Davis.
Glenn Davis will be buried at West Point, near his former coach, Col. Earl "Red" Blaik, according to his son.
Davis starred as a halfback for Army when it won national titles
in 1944 ...
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