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Posted: Sunday, July 7, 2013 4:30 am | Updated: 4:30 am, Sun Jul 7, 2013.

GATESVILLE — Clyde “Bulldog” Turner, a strong, tough, fast Texan who played center and linebacker for the Chicago Bears in the 1940s, once told an interviewer he “never had a bad game.”

In Michael Barr’s book “Remembering Bulldog Turner – Unsung Monster of the Midway,” dozens of men who played with or against Turner readily agree with that assessment.

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