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Clint Didier

Clint Didier

Columbia Basin College
Class of 1991

Clint Didier's football career began at Connell High School before he took his talents to junior college powerhouse Columbia Basin College. In 1978, Didier and his Hawk teammates brought home the National Junior College Football Championship.

Didier was recruited to Portland State University by run-and-shoot passing guru Darrel `Mouse` Davis. As a senior, Didier was the favorite target of All-American quarterback Neil Lomax, leading the team with 67 receptions for 1,091 yards. He still ranks among the top 10 in receiving in PSU history despite playing only two seasons. Didier played nine seasons in the National Football League with the Washington Redskins and Green Bay Packers.

In Super Bowl XVII in 1983, Didier threw the block that helped spring John Riggins’ game-winning touchdown run in the 27-17 victory over Miami. Super Bowl XXII in 1988, Didier caught a touchdown pass from Doug Williams to cap a Super Bowl record 35-point outburst in the second quarter as Washington clobbered Denver 42-10.

Clint Didier is a member of the Columbia Basin College Hall of Fame, PSU Hall of Fame, and the Central Washington Sports Hall of Fame.

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