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Ron Lancaster

Quarterback who all played within the CFL from 1960-1978, primarily for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, where he was considered one of the better in the overall game. He went to Wittenberg School, and started his career using the Ottawa Tough Riders. He gained two Grey Glass championships, was a two-time CFL Many Outstanding Participant, and was inducted in to the CFL Hall of Popularity in 1982. He was created in Fairchance, and was raised in Clairton, Pa. Early in his profession he divided quarterback repetitions with Russ Jackson.

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