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Aubrey Devine


Aubrey Alvin Devine

Inducted 1973

Date of Birth



Des Moines, IA


University of Iowa (1919-1921)


Iowa quarterback Aubrey Devine was a field leader, a player of innovative thinking and unusual football ability. In his 1919 sophomore season and the next, the Hawkeyes posted identical 5-2 records. Then, in 1921, his hard work and determination paid off. Devine directed Iowa to its first undefeated and untied season at 7-0, and the Western Conference (Big Ten) championship. Aubrey earned All-Conference and All-America honors as the Hawkeyes dominated the competition, out-scoring their foes, 225-36. Iowa wasted little time establishing its greatness that year, using the second game of the season to chalk up a 10-7 upset of Notre Dame, ending a 20-game Irish winning streak. Forty-nine years after his graduation from Iowa, Devine was named to the All-Time Hawkeye Team, selected in conjunction with the Big Ten's 75th anniversary celebration in 1970.


Height 5'9

Weight 170

Career Highlights

  • 1921 All-Conference
  • 1921 Consensus All-America
  • 1920 All-Conference
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