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Warren Guillot “Big Daddy Kane

NATIONAL HALL OF FAME (2005)

Induction: Coach
Presenter: Daryl Cuquet
City/State: New Orleans, LA
Date of Birth: 8/10/54
Height/Weight: 6’1” / 245
Spouse: Nina
Children: Warren Jr., Bonnie, Patrick
Occupation: Division Manager of Maritime Services

Career as Player: 22 years (1977-1998)
Career as Coach: 16 years (1983-1998)
Position: C, QB, BB
Team: Bud Light New Orleans, Jeff Tigers, Ponchatrain Glass, Bad Medicine
Number: 13
Nickname: Big Daddy Kane

National Tournament Appearances: 19 years (1977-1995)
National Championship Titles: 3 (1984-Jeff Tigers “A Touch”, 1986-Ponchatrain Glass “B Screen Flag”, 1993-Bad Medicine “A Screen Flag”
All-American Team: (2) 1986 “B-Screen Flag” Offense-1stTeam, 1989 “A-Screen Flag” Offense-3rd Team
State Championship Titles: 4
League Championship Titles: Over 100  League Championships
Special Awards: College Flag All American. Won the New Orleans $10,000 TV Tournament. Bad Medicine won the 4 on 4 & 7-man Screen and finished 2nd in the 8-man Contact division in one NIT. The only reason they lost the 8-man, is because they had to catch an airplane and forfeit the championship game.
Most Memorable Moments in Flag Football: Winning the 1984 National Touch Football Championship in St. Louis, MO playing for the Jeff Tigers of New Orleans.

Past National Flag Football Hall of Fame Nominee & Winners

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