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Auburn Hall of Famer Terry Beasley's letter to the Auburn Football Letterman's Club:
Auburn Football Lettermen Club,
I want to give my thanks to the Auburn A Club. I am saying that with love, strength, and power that only can come from above, as well as good fortune. To Jay Jacobs, the Auburn coaching staff, Chette Williams, and the great men of the Auburn A Club, as well as my special personal teammates, I am so thankful to each one of you for all of your prayers and well wishes. I wish God Speed to each one of you. I feel so humbled that you have taken your time to call, write, and email to check on my well-being. Marlene and I are blessed beyond words to the response of the cards and letters that have been sent in. It has uplifted my spirit and given me a will to get better.
To see the hospital staff bring in the stacks of mail every day with words of encouragement to me, it is hard for me to express my feeling for that. I continue to strive to improve my health on an everyday basis. My loving wife has been a rock of support in dealing with these tough challenges. God has been great to me and I will continue to meet His challenges with your help. “I can do all things through Him.” I love each and every one of you.
Terry Beasley, #88
1st class guy. Wish I could've seen him play.
Best receiver I ever saw on the plains and tough as a two dollar steak
So Never To Yield doesn't speak for him to fit their anti Auburn and Jacobs agenda ?
Now that I think about it, Freddy Weygand brought back memories of Terry. Not necessarily on the the same level, but the fact that we had not seen a red headed receiver since Terry, I couldn't help but think of the great Terry Beasley. It was actually a great flashback and Freddy was no slouch.
Freddy Weygand and Trey Gainous remind me of him -- red-headed, sure-handed, tough and fast -- but there will always be only one Terry Beasley. What a gamer!
This post was edited by Silverback 10 months ago
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