James Lowell Street (August 2, 1948 – September 30, 2013) was a two-sport star athlete at the University of Texas. As quarterback, he led the team to the 1969 National Championship in football and posted a perfect 20-0 record, the most wins without a loss in Longhorns history. As a pitcher he was a two time All-American who threw the last perfect game in University of Texas history.

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  • James Lowell Street (August 2, 1948 – September 30, 2013) was a two-sport star athlete at the University of Texas. As quarterback, he led the team to the 1969 National Championship in football and posted a perfect 20-0 record, the most wins without a loss in Longhorns history. As a pitcher he was a two time All-American who threw the last perfect game in University of Texas history. (en)
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  • * 1969 Cotton Bowl "Offensive Outstanding Player" * 1969 Texas Longhorn Football MVP
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  • * 1969 Cotton Bowl * 1970 Cotton Bowl
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  • * 1968 Southwest Conference Baseball Champions * 1968 Southwest Conference Football Champions * 1969 Southwest Conference Baseball Champions * 1969 Southwest Conference Football Champions * 1969 National Football Champions * 1970 Southwest Conference Baseball Champions
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  • * 1968 All Southwest Conference Baseball * 1968 2nd Team All-American Baseball * 1969 All Southwest Conference Baseball * 1969 2nd Team All-American Baseball * 1969 All Southwest Conference Football * 1970 All Southwest Conference Baseball * 1982 Inductee to the Longhorn Baseball Hall of Honor * 1999 Inductee to the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame * 2000 Inductee to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame
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  • * Longest pass and longest touchdown pass by Longhorn in a bowl game, * Highest Longhorn Winning percentage, career * Most yards per attempt in a Cotton Bowl * Most yards on touchdown passes in a Cotton Bowl
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  • * 1968 College World Series * 1969 College World Series * 1970 College World Series
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  • American football player (en)
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  • James Lowell Street (August 2, 1948 – September 30, 2013) was a two-sport star athlete at the University of Texas. As quarterback, he led the team to the 1969 National Championship in football and posted a perfect 20-0 record, the most wins without a loss in Longhorns history. As a pitcher he was a two time All-American who threw the last perfect game in University of Texas history. (en)
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