"Donald Farris Norton" is a former American football End (American football)/end in the American Football League. He played college football at the Iowa Hawkeyes football/University of Iowa and was drafted by the newly formed AFL in 1960, playing seven seasons for the History of the San Diego Chargers/Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers (1960–1966), making the American Football League All-Star games/AFL All-Star team in 1961 and 1962. After retiring, Norton began to experience health problems from steroid use, which was widespread in the teams he played on. He suffered a heart attack at the age of 59 and died in 1997 after undergoing open heart surgery.

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What is it they say? Oh yeah, 'Welcome to the big time,' ... This was a tough one, that's for sure.

I don't know what happens the rest of the game, but that was a big turnaround for us. If we tie it there, it gives us a little more confidence. Those are the kind of mistakes we'll learn to avoid.

We're so young, and we were playing a very good team. They are always good, and they are always well prepared and well coached. It was a learning experience for us, but I know we'll get better.

Some years it probably would because you're hit with a lot of injuries. Some years, it's probably not so good because you don't want to (break) your routine.