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  1. The hs team he played for is not known for football today, but was a powerhouse at the time.
  2. https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/29252096/former-auburn-football-coach-pat-dye-dies-80
  3. #57 in the photo is a true legend. Who is he? For what high school did he play? Who was his coach?
  4. It is Gator Great, Alex Brown, one of the best pass rushers in Gator history. He hailed from Hamilton County and went on to a successful career with the Bears in the NFL. Here is a video tribute.
  5. Prep and collegiate All-American, Gator Great and one of the better defensive players to come out of North FL Who is he? Where did he play in high school? Where did he spend most of his NFL career?
  6. It is Amp Lee, who played at Chipley High and then went on to star at FSU, where he rushed for over 2000 yards in his career.. Below is a video of him breaking one off against Michigan.
  7. Glad to see you rose to the challenge and got it, ColumbiaFan. I guess one could say that Lincoln was Columbia's Lee back in the 00's. As you know, I am sure, they faced off in Lake City later that decade. Lincoln had some excellent players back then, so no shame in losing to some of those teams.
  8. One of the better running backs to come out of north FL. He played at a hs not well known for football and went on to become a collegiate All-American and win a Super Bowl ring. Who is he? Where did he play in high school? Where was he an All-American in college?
  9. Xavier Rhodes was a two-sport star at Miami Norland, playing football and running track. His senior year he led his team in rushing and receiving. He was "only" rated as a 3-star wr in hs. After a redshirt year at FSU, he had a breakout year as a db and was named a consensus freshman All-American. He was also named the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. In his senior year at FSU, Rhodes was targeted 47 times and allowed just 13 completions for 88 yards. He finished his career at FSU with 140 total tackles, seven for a loss, eight interceptions and 23 pass breakups. He was selected by the Minnesota Vikings with the 25th overall pick in 2013 NFL Draft. He is now one of the best cb's in the NFL and a 3-time Pro Bowler.
  10. In early October of 2002, sophomore Fred Rouse helped Lincoln to a 28-18 win over Columbia with a 98-yard TD reception and over 100 punt return yards. Later that season, in the third round of the playoffs, he caught two TD passes of 50+ yards in Lincoln's 35-26 home win over Columbia. Lincoln QB Joe Bauserman, went on to play minor league baseball and ultimately qb at Ohio St, lit up the Columbia secondary for over 300 yards that night. Lincoln and Mr Rouse knocked Columbia out of the playoffs once again in Tallahassee in 2004, this time in the first round. Interestingly, a certain Lincoln WR named Antonio Cromartie helped knock Columbia out of the playoffs in Tallahassee in the third round of the 2001 playoffs. It is rumored that in 2005, Columbia was so desperate to avoid a potential playoff trip to Tallahassee that they lost their last three games of the season to ensure they would not make the playoffs. Anything but Lincoln.
  11. Columbia faced the guy I am thinking of more than once.
  12. Let's see if we can lure the elusive ColumbiaHighFan from his lair. This great FL hs player was a nightmare for Columbia during his career, breaking off numerous big TD receptions and punt returns. He ended the Tiger's drive for a state championship one year by catching two 50+ yard TD's. Who is he? For which high school did he play? Where did he play in college?
  13. Who is he? Where did he play in high school? Where did he play in college? Which Pro team drafted him?
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