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- Mike D'Amato: Michael Anthony "Mike" D'Amato is a former American football defensive back. A safety, he played college football at Hofstra University, and played professionally in the American Football League for the New York Jets in the 1968 season. That season, the Jets defeated the Oakland Raiders in the AFL Championship game, and went on to humble the heavily favored NFL champion Baltimore Colts in the third AFL-NFL World Championship game. He followed Jets center John Schmitt as the second Hofstra alumnus to play for the team. D'Amato is now Hofstra's Special Assistant to the President for Alumni Affairs.
- Mike D'Amato: Michael S. D'Amato is an American politician and was an alderman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin's third aldermanic district until 2008. He held this office as a representative of Milwaukee's East Side from 1996-2008.
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