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College Football’s Special Kind of Violence from the Past 50 Years

Article By on 28th June, 2009

... any sport can spot the phrase "certain players from bygone eras would be able to play in today's game" as a testimony to the ability of that competitor.

This is not true with the 11 men listed in this article. In their heyday, they would be described as too dangerous to play in today's game.

They played in a world predicated on violence and dedicated to the idea of when your opponent is punished enough, he will acknowledge who is the better man.

There have been fantastic players on both sides of the ball who excelled in dishing out more than they take.

Many linemen have dealt in punishment, but this is not a story about them.

This is ...

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