John Beck

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2005 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Team - Game Notes - BYU
... Fitzpatrick kick) ND 7-3 248 ... BYU Jonny Harline 12 yard pass from John Beck (Jared McLaughlin kick) BYU 10-7 1033 ... ND Jeff Samardzija 14 yard pass ... Fitzpatrick kick) ND 28-10 911 ... BYU John Beck 10 yard run (Jared McLaughlin kick) ND 28-17 538 ... BYU Todd Watkins 10 yard pass from John Beck (pass failed ... The Cougars were led by junior quarterback John Beck and first-year head coach Bronco Mendenhall ...
Beck (surname)
... Beck is a surname of Germanic descent, meaning "brook" or "stream" (related to Old Norse bekkr), and is fairly common in English-speaking countries, Germany and Denmark ... Beck, founder of modern cognitive therapy Adam Beck (1857–1925), Canadian politician and hydro-electricity advocate András Beck (1911–1985), Hungarian sculptor Andreas Beck (footballer), German ... Beck, American cartoonist Charlie Beck – appointed Police Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department Christophe Beck, Canadian composer for film and TV, most notable for his work on Buffy the Vampire ...
John Beck - Others
... John Beck (actor) (born 1943), American actor John Beck Hofmann (born 1969), film director and screenwriter ...
2006 Mountain West Conference Football Season - Memorable Games
... Brian Francois' game-sealing interception of John Beck's tipped pass ... BYU quarterback John Beck threw for 321 and three touchdowns to lead the Cougar attack ... BYU took the lead back, 27-24, on a touchdown pass from John Beck to Daniel Coats with 323 remaining ...

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