Bart Starr goes by Bart the Cool.
Bart Starr went to Sidney Lanier High School according to the bartstarr.com official website.
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Bart Starr was born on January 9, 1934.
Ringo Starr goes by Ritchie.
Viktoria Starr goes by Tori.
Sharon Bart goes by Shea.
Bart Mastronardi goes by Mastro.
Bart Starr retired after the 1971 season at the age of 37.
Bart Starr's birth name is Bryan Bartlett Starr.
Emma Starr goes by Janey Babes.
Karen Starr goes by K, and KD.
Lexie Starr goes by Sexy Lexie.
Bart Rochon goes by Bang Bang.
Bart Sidles goes by Barton Sidles.
Bart Kennedy went by The Tramp Author.
Bart Starr is 83 years old (birthdate: January 9, 1934).
Julia Starr Sanford goes by Julie.
Bart Starr was a 17th round draft choice of the Green Bay Packers in 1956.
Cassandra Starr goes by Cassie, Cass, Sandy, Sandy Starr, and Cassie Becker.
Bryan Bartlett "Bart" Starr retired as a player after the 1971 season and as a coach after the 1983 season.
for most of his career Bart Starr was backed up by Edmund Raymond "Zeke" Bratkowski
Bryan Bartlett "Bart" Starr played quarterback for the Green Bay Packers from 1956-1971
No. Bart Starr spent his entire career (1956-1971) with the Green Bay Packers.
Bart De Pauw goes by Man van Melle.
Blaze Starr goes by Miss Spontaneous Combustion, and The Hottest Blaze in Burlesque.
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Jennifer Bancale goes by Starr.
Saundra Johnson goes by Starr.
Basil Bartlett went by Bart.
Shaznay Lewis goes by Bart.
Pat Myne goes by Bart.
Zeke Bratkowski was the Packers' backup quarterback behind Bart Starr for Super Bowls I & II.
Scott Hunter took over for Starr in the 1971 season, Starr final season in the NFL.
Quarterback Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers was the MVP of Super Bowl I. Bart Starr for the Green Bay Packers of SuperBowl One.
Mark Vellios goes by Michelle Starr.
Bharat Sharma goes by Bart, and Brat.
Bartholomew Hobbes goes by Bart, and Shakespeare.
University of Alabama.
Bryan Bartlett Starr also know as "Bart" Starr
Bart Starr wore #15 for the Green Bay Packers
Bart Starr took over as starting QB for the Packers in the 1957 season. The starting QB for the Packers in the 1956 season was Tobin Rote.
Bart Starr played for the Packers for 16 seasons (1956-1971) and was head coach of the Packers for another 9 (1975-1983).
Mike Polchlopek goes by The Hammer, and Bart Gunn.
Scott Hunter lead the pack after Starr who retired in 1971.
Christopher Brian Heerdt goes by Cowboy Starr.
I think you may have included a bad year (1982). He was a member of the Packers from 1956-1971. If it truly is a 1982 ball, he may have signed it at "Bart Starr" day, but if it's not an actual game ball from his era, the value will be lower. Bart Starr was the coach that year.
Bart Starr and darryl lamonica
he had 15 championships