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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by WorsterMan, May 27, 2020.
#94 - Gerald Wilborn
This will serve as #93 today - a 9 and a 3 in the photo:
has that always been a thing? one of our freshmen need to fix that
Pictured w #41 Vance Bedford, #93 Eric Holle takes down Stanley Wilson.
#92 for Thursday.
Trying to get these pastes to work. I had Reggie Williams for today, paste wont work.
ROD WRIGHT on his electrifying return of a Bomar fumble for a TD.
#90 Malcom Brown.
2014 All-American, All-Big 12, team captain.
He is the last Longhorn player to be drafted in the first round (this will hopefully be the last time I have to type this regarding this player).
This play will be mentioned again July 27.
I still use "BOMAR'D" as an expression.
Set up by a terrific hit by Robison that left Bomar gasping for air.
#89 Charlie Talbert.
Taking down Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach in the ‘64 Cotton Bowl. The defense that day held Roger the Dodger to a negative 47 yards rushing. Member of a great Longhorn family.
Don, Charlie & Diron from Texas City, home of Long Gone Dupree.
I have been told that you couldn't get near the stadium when Dupree faced off against King Hill & the Freeport Exporters
#88 WR - Charles "Cotton" Spreyrer vs. Tenn in Jan. 1, 1969 Cotton Bowl:
Not many remember that Cotton came out of Port Arthur as a RB averaging over 10 yards a carry his senior year.
If you know him, ask him about "offering" to drive Worster's car on the return trip to Austin.
Don't know him and unlikely I would meet him... so was Worster over-served or something. IM if you prefer to respond that way.
Woo was in no way impaired, he would just scare the **** out of you the way he drove
So I guess he drove a car the same way he ran the football.
#87 Pete Lammons, Jacksonville, Texas.
Shown here in the 1964 Cotton Bowl. Consensus All-SWC 1964, Longhorn Hall of Honor 2002. Won a natty with the ‘Horns in 63 and a Super Bowl with the Jets in 69.
Daniel Carson 2018 recruit.
Patrick McNamara #87
He lives in San Antonio now and works for a guy I know. He played on some bad teams unfortunately.
Man, what we need right now is a Horns football game to escape all the current madness in the world...
# 86, Lil' bro to BIG Earl - Tim Campbell
Defensive MVP of the Bluebonnet Bowl against a Colorado with 15 (???) future NFL players including three TEs
Ship and Case...HOOK 'EM!!!
#85 Malcolm Epps
# 84 DB - Tom Campbell.... along with the late Fred Steinmark and the late Danny Lester.