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Discussion in 'Husker Board' started by rrthusker, Jul 30, 2020.
Rozier or Green? Both are great players.
Huuuuge Packers fan here but I will still go with Mike.
College Rozier. NFL Green.
Tierre Green? I kid...
I say Rozier, but by a slim margin. Ahman was a terrific RB.
The only other #30 that really comes to mind is Craig Johnson, who had some big games as a backup I-back.
I’ll give a shout out for Paul Rogers..
He made some long FG and had the record for quite awhile..
And a helluva career as a singer, too!
Rogers (RIP) is credited by some with saving Devaney's job by hitting a 50-yard bomb to win the '68 Wyoming (I think) game. Marv Mueller, good DB, was also #30.
Rozier - bc heisman says hi.
Correct it was the Wyoming game.Still remember listing to Lyell Bremer making the call on the radio..
Gotta be Rozier for the career productivity. Pure talent it might be Green.
I forgot Green had an injured toe for most of the 1996 season, he could hardly play. It was called turf toe but he may have broken it, I don't really know what the distinction is. He hurt it against CSU in the third game I think, then hurt it bad against K-State the next week. He still wasn't all the way right for the bowl game, Benning started that game, Jay Sims got a moderate amount of playing time, and I think Evans and Green played a little bit.
I've been watching a few 96 games lately, you wanna talk about a couple of the greatest that never were...how about DeAngelo Evans and Terrell Farley both on the same team? Evans looked like a DUDE in that K-State game, Musberger couldn't get Evans' you-know-what out of his mouth, the color analyst kept making fun of him for it.