With the Oscars tonight, it’s always good to remember Cotton Warburton.
Warburton (above with the ball) is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, was an All-American in 1933 at USC, led the Trojans in rushing in 1932-33 and played on the undefeated 1932 national championship team.
If that was not enough, he won an Oscar for best editing in 1965 as the film editor for “Mary Poppins.”
One more USC football-Disney connection: Cotton Warburton was a CFB HOF QB, 1932 nat’l champ, and won the Oscar for editing Mary Poppins: pic.twitter.com/Gs42FAV22A
— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) January 21, 2017