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Dale Jones. He was born to wear the Orange. This clip will make you want to run through a wall for UT.
Those jerseys were bright orange and definitely not techfit!
This post was edited by SWVolfan 10 months ago
GUITARS, CADILLACS, HILLBILLY MUSIC
I'll have to go with Daryl Dickey from the 84 season on offense, Craig Puki on defense (HB turned LB)
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
I don't consider him a superstar, he always played hard I loved his attitude. Casey Clausen
My favorite player was always inky Johnson mostly because I was 12-13 at the time and the name inquirious was always so much fun to say
Love this thread. I love all that wore the Orange But I will think I will say Al Wilson, Nick Revis and Dale Jones because of their heart. They would always leave it all on the field!
Dane Bradshaw (basketball)
Chester Ford. I love a FB leading the way anyhow and I NEVER saw him miss a block. I'm sure he must have but after a time I watched him on every snap and for the time I keyed on him he always got his man.
Your team. All the time.
I second this one!
Come and take them.
Casey was the master at baiting opponents into getting a late hit call. He would take a line to the boundary that would put the defender and him on a collision course right at the line ,then veer off at the last possible instance to take the hit OOB. He would go down like he was severely injured but as soon as that flag hit the ground his crumpled demeanor would give way to one of elation, he'd hop up and head to the huddle clapping as the refs tacked on 15. He was a master at this ploy. I expected opponents to warn their defenders to be wary of Casey's obvious baiting of late hits, but he seemed to get away with it with great frequency. He was, after all, the Ice Man.
Nick Reveiz. From Farragut, walked on, got a scholarship and a captaincy.
Al is a long-time friend and my wife and I are guests in his home this weekend. I'll copy your kind words about him and show it to him. He'll get a kick out of it.
Aaron Sears... literally ran into him at a bar one night and was in awe... all I could say was "you're Aaron 'effin' Sears." He just looked at me and laughed.
#44 MLB Craig Puki
Glad so many remember Craig Faulkner. Seemed like almost every time he touched the ball he would get POUNDED and pop right back up. Also, as some noted: Bill Duff, Jesse Maheloma (correct name? - the DL monster from Hawaii), Mose Phillips.
Offense - Cedric Houston
Defense - Rico McCoy
I was born in '94 so these were guys that I grew up watching
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"What did he do? All he did was score!" - John Ward
Thanks for posting. Chime in more often.
Really liked Faulkner. Some good names on this list.
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