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37 minutes ago, AUsince72 said:

This maybe semi-AU-blasphemus but I was actually a bigger fan of Ronnie than Caddy.

Me too

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49 minutes ago, AUsince72 said:

This maybe semi-AU-blasphemus but I was actually a bigger fan of Ronnie than Caddy.

Ditto. Now that we've admitted that is there a 12 steps program? 

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10 hours ago, AUsince72 said:

This maybe semi-AU-blasphemus but I was actually a bigger fan of Ronnie than Caddy.

Nothing wrong with that! I love them both!

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Kenny irons

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Onterio McCalebb

 

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The #23 has been good for Auburn.

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3 hours ago, AUsince72 said:

The #23 has been good for Auburn.

I was thinking the same thing!  So much talent has had 23 and there are probably players we are forgetting about. 

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Tre Smith 

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Brent Fullwood - scored late in the Georgia game, refs said his progress was stopped and didn't allow the TD. Later the dawgs fans get hosed. Love Pat Dye saying "they needed a bath anyway". :laugh:

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Mr. Fullwood some more...

 

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Tre Mason 

 

 

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When you get into the 20s you can fill up a site with great videos and remembrances of players and games in which they excelled.   Thanks for the links and posts....

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Tucker Fredrickson.....two way all conference player and All American player.... and first round NFL draft....and twice voted best blocking back....

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5 minutes ago, AU64 said:

Tucker Fredrickson.....two way all conference player and All American player.... and first round NFL draft....and twice voted best blocking back....

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You somewhat under-stated Fredrickson's accomplishments. Heisman runnerup and not only first round, but first overall player drafted in the '64 draft. All-SEC at both running back and safety as he led the team in interceptions. Coach Jordan called Tucker "The most complete player I've ever seen." Led the NFL in all-purpose yards one year, started for the Giants for six seasons before a knee injury forced him to retire in the '71 season.

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1 minute ago, Mikey said:

You somewhat under-stated Fredrickson's accomplishments. Heisman runnerup and not only first round, but first overall player drafted in the '64 draft. All-SEC at both running back and safety as he led the team in interceptions. Coach Jordan called Tucker "The most complete player I've ever seen." Led the NFL in all-purpose yards one year, started for the Giants for six seasons before a knee injury forced him to retire in the '71 season.

True….he was a big dude back in the day and could play anywhere I guess.   Before there were 5* players and ratings and such,  he was probably the most highly regarded recruit that AU had ever brought in ...thanks to the Vet School.

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3 minutes ago, AU64 said:

True….he was a big dude back in the day and could play anywhere I guess.

6' 2", 220 pounds in an era of 185 pound running backs and 175 pound safeties.

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6 minutes ago, Mikey said:

6' 2", 220 pounds in an era of 185 pound running backs and 175 pound safeties.

And 230- 250 pound linemen.....think back to the day when Pat Dye was an All American guard....probably did not weigh much over 200 at that time. 

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