"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
I feel like Roundtree is heading down that path.
Brandon Weeden was a baseball prospect in 2002. Does that count?
Michigan wise - My vote goes for Darnell Hood.
Non-Michigan - Drew Neitzel is a clear #1 followed closely by Scottie Reynolds
That guy was here for half of Bo's career, it seemed.
Case Keenum - I think he has two medical redshirts..
I'm pretty sure that he was at Villanova for about 10 years
I have a Texas fan friend who complained forever about Oklahoma's quarterback who played four or five games in the red river rivalry. Its early, Name escapes me, but I think he was the undrafted heisman winner.
Yeah, that's the guy.
had Steve Alford and Damon Bailey for the 80's and 90's
Six years, three schools...Indiana to Arizona to Iowa.
Gerry McNamara and Eric Devendorf
Dan Herron seems like he has been wearing that ugly red and silver for a very long time. It seems like he backed up Clarrett...
Do you remember that guy? He is still attending games in the student section, I think. He wears those lined sunglasses, and wears a blue batman costume. He was one of the original cowbell guys in the student section back when I was in school in the early 90s, I think.
Hummel's brother is a Michigan grad. I knew his brother while at Michigan, very nice people.
Stephen Garcia was throwing pick-sixes during the Bush-Kerry Election.
Little known fact: Ron Powlus was on Notre Dame's roster for 9 years
My vote is for that 61 year old guy named Alan Moore. He plays for a tiny D3 school, Faulkner university in Montgomery, Alabama. He kicked an extra point...thats all (but it still counts).
He was featured on ESPN's E:60 a few weeks back. Anyone else catch that?
Or Chris Weinke. That clown seemed to play forever. He was like 35 when he graduated too. No NFL team wanted him because he would have been older than most 10 year vets coming out of college...
Not only did he seem like he was there forever, he kept switching positions so he always popped up unexpectantly. He's a WR, no a CB, no a WR, no a CB.
Doug Dutch was similar in that way.
I'm fairly certain Ricky Stanzi began quarterbacking Iowa sometime around the Chester A. Arthur administration.
Here in Ann Arbor, Brandent Englemon somehow seemed to be here about 8 years, forever beginning the season behind Ryan Mundy and then replacing him midseason.
Is this guy like 26 or 27. I think he has been at Ohio longer than Tressel was.
I believe he missed a kick that cost ohio state the '69 game leading to a great win in bo's first year and made one in tressels first year.
I hate that guy. That is all.
Swear that guy must be like 28...
All Wisconsin QBs for the last decade (minus Wilson)
Chad Henne played a lot of ball
Non-descript Curry defensive back.
same deal....seems like the guy been at Norhwestern forever.
Ty Lawson UNC.