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|Capping off look at jersey numbers|
Continuing a look at jersey numbers which made the biggest impact with me through the years.
51 - Max Fugler - Ferriday's first All-American. OK, I never saw him play, but a framed picture stands out at the LSU football athletic building. He was a big part of the Ferriday streak and LSU's first national championship.
52 - Ray Lewis - His number has left a lasting impression on a lot of offensive players.
53 - Don Drysdale - That high kick and high strikeout count.
54 - Godfrey Zaunbrecher - Gosh, with a name like that, how can he not be memorable.
55 - Warren Capone - He was the epitome of Charlie McClendon linebackers.
56 - John Ed Bradley - What a warrior - what a writer.
57 - Rickey Jackson - He and Pat Swilling were quite a combination at linebacker.
58 - Jack Lambert - Toothless knocked out a few himself.
59 - Jarvis Green - 20 career sacks as a Tiger.
60 - George Atiyeh - A wrestler from Joe Namath country who found himself at home at LSU.
61 - Curly Clup - I was a big Houston Oiler fan in the 1970s. Culp was a big Houston Oiler.
62 - Jerry Fontenot - Talk about Mr. Dependability in the center of things for the New Orleans Saints.
63 - Willie Lanier. Somewhere behind that cage of a facemask was a fierce leader.
64 - Tyler Lafauci - The original root hog.
65 - Dave McCarthy - Follow me, Joe Labruzzo.
66 - Billy Shaw - Made his home in Vidalia for a while. Nice guy who was mean on the field.
67 - Stan Brock - A great leader for the Saints who loved the outdoors.
68 - Ruffin Rodrigue - How can you not like a guy named Ruffin?
69 - Toby Caston - Underrated star who also died too young.
70 - Steve Cassidy - He and A.J. Duhe formed quite a presence on the defensive line.
71 - Joe Champion - Ferriday native was key kick-snapper for Tigers.
72 - Stephen Peterman - Big reason LSU got a national title in 2003.
73 - Joe Klecko - What a stopper for the New York Jets.
74 - Derland Moore - An early Saint who was one of the few all-stars.
75 - Lance Smith - A bull of a an offensive lineman at LSU in hte mid-80s.
76 - Eric Andolsek - What a mountain of a man he was on the offensive line when big linemen were a rare sight at LSU.
77 - A.J. Duhe - His flowing blond hair was just as impressionable.
78 - Ronnie Estay - I will never forget the sack of Archie Manning in his own end zone and his outstanding play against a staunch Notre Dame team. He also tackled Pat Sullivan for a safety.
79 - Harvey Martin - Martin and Ed "Too Tall' Jones were brick walls for the Dallas Cowboys.
80 - Andy Hamilton - Bert Jones' cousin didn't look like a wide receiver, but he certainly could catch and go.
81 - Carl Eller, the Purple People Eater
82 - Wendell Davis - Tommy Hodson't favorite target was fluid on the field.
83 - Tinker Owens - How can you not pull for a guy named Tinker?
84 - Marcus Spears - The interception against Oklahoma was forever be ingrained in my memory banks.
85 - Henry Childs - A quiet tight end who was one of Archie's favorite targets.
86 - John Adams - Quick as a cat at defensive end.
87 - Dwight Clark - The Catch.
88 - Lynn Swann - Beauty in flight.
89 - Wes Chandler - A slithering snake once he caught the ball.
90 - Bill Elko - The wild man from Arizona loved to hunt snakes when not stopping the run at LSU.
91 - Marquise Hill - Another sad loss of life not yet fulfilled.
92 - Tim Joiner - Just plain ol' heart made him an exceptional Tiger.
93 - Chad Lavalais - A big man is not supposed to be that quick.
94 - Anthony McFarland - Winnsboro native was a load.
95 - Kyle Williams - Another mountain of a man who was unmovable.
96 - Henry Thomas - He would get there quick and leave an impression.
97 - Leonard Marshall - What a great defensive team he played on, shutting down one of Bear Bryant's offense to nothing.
98 - Claude Wroten - Gosh, I didn't realize how many mountain men LSU has had on the defensive line over the years.
99 - Hugh Green - Natchez boy rose to fame at the University of Pittsburgh.
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