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Mine would be a LB from the 1969 and 1970 years who played along side Captain Crunch. His name was Mike Strickland. He tore his knee up in the 4th quarter against Miss St. We had a 42 - 0 lead at the time. His injury probably cost us the National Championship. It was Sullivan's junior year.
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Moskva and I were the first workout partners our first summer as freshmen, became good friends. He was very laid back. That first summer, I couldn't believe how skinny he was, but his hands and feet were huge. He worked his butt off, as most walk ons do, and when he put on some muscle, along with Wayne Halls coaching, became a beast. I used to love hearing Wayne coach the LBs everyday, it was so funny. As loud as a man can scream, Hey you p------, I could stick my ---- in there and you two couldn't hurt it! That's how LBs learned to tackle under Wayne Hall!!!' PRICELESS!!!
I always liked Hicks Poor. He eventually got a scholarship.
Kevin greene hands down, its not even close. He is third in career nfl sacks and that is very impressive
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Scott Etheridge...not great but good walk-on
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