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With rumor of Dobbs wanting to play baseball as well it made me think...who are some of the best 2 sport athletes, college or pro? Obviously there is Bo but who else you got? Charlie Ward and Neon Deion come to mind.
Your team. All the time.
At UT it would be Richmond Flowers-Hurdler and WR, Ron Widby-Basketball and Punter
Kevin Nash :)
Maybe not the best but Julius Peppers, besides his obvious dominance at DE, was a beast on the basketball court for UNC.
Can't believe I left out the MAN...Condredge Holloway
Brian Jordan was solid at both
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Parlayed his size into being a great entertainer!!!
Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders
Tony Gonzalez, Basketball at California and football great pro career as a tight end
Jimmy Graham also played basketball.
Had both guys come through my clubhouse in Seattle. Bo loved my wife's banana pudding. Bo was a tremendous specimen with his shirt off. Very talkative. Deion was surprisingly very quiet when he came into town with the Yankees.
Excellent! +1 Also have to give JB a +1 for Kevin Nash!
"Old School"! A strong defense wins championships!
Bo Jackson period. Greatest athlete in my lifetime.
Michael Jordan. Jk. Love the scene when he strikes out on space jam. " that was a good looking strike out mike" haha
This post was edited by pnalle0 18 months ago
Really ? easy answer here : Bo Jackson , then everybody else
One of my neighbors was a two-sport athlete. Ron Reed, who pitched for the Braves in the late '60s, early '70s, also played in the NBA for a time. Ron won 18 games for the Braves in '69 when they won the West Division the first year the leagues divided.
He's a great guy to boot.
Always fun to hear about the guys that were more "under the radar". +1
That and I had no clue Danny Ainge played baseball.
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