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I will definitely have to take a closer look at him. That would definitely trump Brooks Daniels.
Edit: Made the change. +1
This post was edited by BetterOff 18 months ago
"Don't confuse association, with something we both really like." ---JB
You are correct. I replaced him with Paul Hogan, C, for the meantime.
#41 Roman Harper
33 Should be Chris Anderson.
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
Maybe so. And I have some bias towards Roman because I've hung with him several times while at UA and as a pro. But Vaughn Mancha is in the college football HOF.
This and you gotta have AJ for #10 he has 2 BCS champs and 1 SEC champ.......Good List...RTR
I'll make that switch soon I am sure.
Can't overlook what Pooley Hubert did either. He was something like 25-2-1, with 2 Southern Conference Championships and was the QB of our first Rose Bowl and National Championship team.
Vaughn Mancha, one of the 10 greatest players in Alabama history is ahead of Roman Harper, maybe one of the 10 best strong safeties in Alabama history.
1984 300ZX Anniversary Model, 1970 Olds 442 W-30 & Pepper Bird
#17 Philip Doyle (All American 1990 and 2nd in All Time Points)
As someone else said, Don Hutson at #35. Love Demeco and Frank Howard was cerainly great, but Hutson is one of the all time greats in football.
Ol Chris. I hang out with him in Huntsville some. He's a great dude. And I agree with your assessment.
I was thinking the same thing for Rutledge.....he was a gamer! Ran the bone to perfection!
Terry Davis had a nice run as well at #10. Our FIRST wishbone QB. Huge win against USC!
Don Hutson wore number 14. There was a famous #35 on that same team though. His name was Paul Bryant.
Tarrant Lynch # 45
Loved him, but not over a consensus All-American at LB and C.
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