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Date Posted: 09/21/15 10:32:20pm Mon
Author: Gate Raider
Subject: Re: Hall of Honor - Kelly Robinson '82, Dick Biddle
In reply to: Gate Raider 's message, "Hall of Honor - Kelly Robinson '82, Dick Biddle" on 09/20/15 12:43:24pm Sun

At Biddle's retirement luncheon he was very complimentary of Colgate. IIRC, he called Colgate a great school and thank Colgate for the opportunity he was provided. It was clear he was very sincere. My hope is that a full recovery is in store for him.

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[> Re: Hall of Honor - Kelly Robinson '82, Dick Biddle -- Critic, 09/27/15 9:04:49pm Sun

>At the Inn after the game I met Kelly Robinson, class
>of '82, who was inducted into the Hall of Honor in
>2000. He played defensive end and has the Colgate
>record for career QB sacks at 28.5. He clearly loves
>'gate football and related some interesting stories
>from his playing days. He's now an MD in Oneonta.
>Wow, is he in good shape and looks like he could take
>the field today. You would not want to get hit by
>Kelly. BTW, I was surprised to see that Dick Biddle
>was not present for the ceremony. Perhaps it doesn't
>fit with his personality but, I am sure the fans would
>have liked to recognize his accomplishments.

C'mon, man. Some of you want to criticize Biddle? For what? Not being as personable maybe.....as you? He was a winner for us. Isn't that what you critics wanted and still want? And leave the guy's wife out of it. Stay classy or become classy.

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