In Tallahassee, this errant pass from Florida State’s Wally Woodham was picked off by Navy’s Charlie Meyers. It was Meyers’ third interception of the season.
Meyers was a defensive back that wore #66 because he was a converted nose guard. This play was peak George Welsh.
Another tidbit about that play is that it came three plays after this guy recovered a fumble:
That’s FSU sophomore Ron Simmons. He was a two-time All-American and finished ninth in Heisman Trophy voting in 1979, although some of you might know him better as the guy on the right in this picture:
Simmons had a 20-year career in professional wrestling, winning the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and becoming a three-time WWF Tag Team Champion.
Never played defensive back, though.