Pro Football: Confessions of a Legend

The whole world loves a lover —which probably accounts for the fact that people are forever doing favors for Paul ("Golden Boy") Hornung, 29. Paul is properly grateful. In his autobiography, Football and the Single Man (Doubleday; $4.95), the ex-Notre Dame star and veteran Green Bay Packers halfback does his best to repay everybody who, as he puts it, "contributed to making Paul Hornung, like Wyatt Earp, a legend in his own time."

It is quite a list. First come the sportswriters, who awarded him the Heisman Trophy as the U.S.'s No....

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