Thrill List

Check out Austin Murphy’s list of the most thrilling players in college football history who were the “all-time bests at quickening the pulse and evoking a visceral response from those fortunate enough to have witnessed their artistry”

His No. 1?  The great Vince Young.

Others I might add to this list:

–O.J. Simpson

–Rocket Ismail

–Hugh Green

–Peter Warrick

–Anthony Carter

–Barry Sanders

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3 Responses to Thrill List

  1. AUman76 July 10, 2009 at 11:16 pm #

    Johnny Rogers? Bo? Hershell? Prime Time?

  2. CFR July 12, 2009 at 10:52 pm #

    Young shouldn’t be No. 1, no way.

  3. Ed Newman July 13, 2009 at 7:30 am #

    AUman,

    HP was only adding to Murphy’s list. Hershel was #4, though Bo, PrimeTime, and Rodgers are on neither list.

    I can’t argue with Vince as #1 though. I wonder about Dick Butkus and LT though. I wasn’t around for Butkus, but I never heard of LT, as great as he was, until the draft. I find it hard to believe that linebackers could be the “most thrilling” players; they just don’t see the ball enough.