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    The University of Minnesota head Coach was headed to an interview with a prospect in a rural area and he stopped to ask a teenager directions.The young guy had been plowing without a horse. He was recruited immediately and was a star at Minnesota, as well as for the Bears.He was a 4 X NFL first team all-pro and is in the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame.Who?

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    Bronko Nagurski.

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      99-

      Bullseye!

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        And for extra credit, what college football team had two Heisman Trophy winners playing in the backfield at the same time?

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          Great question about the man from my hometown, International Falls. My dad has many stories about Bronko

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            99, just a wild guess, I say the University of Southern California??

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              Ah'm not sure Ah wood git in the ring with someone with a name like "Bronco Nagurski."

              Sounds like he wood jerk your arm outta de socket like mah famous cousin, Beowulf, and then eat it.

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                The 1946 Army team had two Heisman trophy winners in the backfield, Doc Blanchard, who won the trophy as a junior in 1945 and Glen Davis, who won it in 1946.
                Between 1944 and 1946, the cadets had a record of 27-0-1.

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                  It should be noted that those were the war years, when most of the best college athletes in the country were taken in the draft, except those attending the service academies.
                  Glen Davis rushed for more than ten yards per carry. I think that record still stands.

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                    BTW, when I say draft, I am not referring to the NFL draft.

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