Digging Deeper: Players Who Wore No. 56

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Buckeyechuck5's picture

I was a big fan of Darrion Scott. Will never forget that bone crushing sack against wazoo and Jason Guesser.

"Life is not about how hard you can hit, it's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. THATS HOW WINNING IS DONE!!" - Rocky Ballboa

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lamplighter's picture

another excellent job here.  Thanks.

Always good to see someone with SEOAL bloodlines get noted

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Seattle Linga's picture

I remember Murphy as someone that had all the tools. 

Tough and gritty til the end. 

Thanks Matt.

Go get'em Cal Poppy - we are behind you !!

It's not a rivalry .............. it's a wreckoning.

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nickel beer's picture

Definitely some great names and events to remember, but that fsu sugar bowl--god, that was pain--and that facemask thing--that had the unreality of a nighmare.  This number is another 'who-should-we-pick' dartboard task.  I do like the transformer shoulderpads look and I'm partial to the name Ironton--those would be my top fwitw criteria here. 

half machine

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Buckeye Chuck's picture

Fritz and Murphy played the same position just twenty years apart. One was 6-3, 238 pounds; the other was 6-5, 300 pounds.

The most "loud mouth, disrespect" poster on 11W.

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Buctor's picture

Matt you are doing a great with this, but I think you missed on Dick Worden.  LB on the 68 team was a star IIRC.

Beat everyone, in every sport, all the time!!!

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Matt Gutridge's picture

Buctor,
Straight up, I got lazy and that is why Worden wasn't included. Thanks for the push, you can now read a little bit about his career.