The long and distinguished career of Doug Flutie spans over 3 leagues and 3 decades. At Boston College, Flutie's tenure was highlighted by a walk-off Hail Mary pass against Miami and a 1984 Heisman Trophy. After 3 years in the NFL, Flutie made the transition to the CFL where he won 6 CFL Outstanding Player Awards and 3 Grey Cup MVP's. The popular quarterback came back to the U.S. in 1998 and led the Buffalo Bills to multiple playoff appearances and was awarded with 2 Pro Bowl selections. Flutie to this day remains one of the most popular and marketable athletes to come out of New England. Doug Flutie also founded the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism that raises funds to benefit families with autistic children.