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12 in football and 10 in basketball. My son wears 12 in football, basketball and baseball because it was my number. That makes a dad proud!
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32 football and basketball.
I wore #9 in Football and Baseball, wrestled in the winter. Always have kept 9 as my lucky number. Started wearing it for the Punky QB, Jimmy Mac! Loved them 85 Bears!
45ittle league football 44 baseball and 4 in high school and college football... My last name is Foor so naturally 4 is my favorite
I was no. 4 my whole life! In all sports! Dad was 22 and my brother who played D-1 football at Murray St was 24 in honor of dad and myself! I was pt guard 2 nd basemen and CB in high school! Played baseball in college! AU (Anderson University) Indiana! No. 4 left field!
I was 32 in football in HS in honor of my dad that wore the same number. He passed when I was 7. In college I wore 47 cause that is what they gave me.
#68 in football - played HS only- Played Guard & Def Tackle. Played at a small school. SR yr played at a whopping 5'10" 220. Graduated 22 years ago and still miss it.
10 in football
7 in baseball
14 in basketball
18 in football 30 for basketball. 98 for college football. Funny I was a defensive end in hs and had a line backer number and line backer in college with a defensive end number. Didn't have a choice in college though. Go bucks!
73 in football. My grandpa's favorite number was 3 and mine was 7.
42 in bball. Family number, as both my brother and I wore it.
Worthy had the best drop step move in the history of the NBA.
From little league through high school I cannot recall wearing any number other than 7.
"Tonight, my butt's sore." - Mike Krzyzewski 11-29-11
#68 OL/LB in HS
#49/93 OLB in College
#40 HS bball
#927 Shot/Disc track...oh and I was on the weight mans 4x100 relay which was quite a site!
21. I played WR and CB in middle school. My 8th grade season I had 8 int's including 6 for TD's. I also had 4 punt returns for TD's. my two most memorable middle school moments were:
1. Against our rival trailing 6-0 in the 4th with just over 2mn to play, I intercepted the ball intended for the RB on a wheel rout and scored the tying TD. We ran the ball in for 2 and won 8-6.
2. I blitzed off the corner and hit the QB so hard he literally did a back flip and fumbled the ball. I picked it up and scored. That put us up 81-0. Unfortunately the QB broke his shoulder on that play and the team did not have another so the game was called at that point.
My only High School game was my freshman yr. I played RB for the Freshman team and in my first (only) game I rushed for 246 yards and 4 TD's. we won 64-0. I broke my ankle and stretched the ligament in my left foot on my last TD run. I got into the end zone and someone tackled me from behind after I spiked the ball. Ended my season. I transferred schools the next yr and the football team at my new high school was to horrible for me to even think about playing.
BIG Champs 2013 [Buckeyes]
Back in the day- Football #56 and Hockey #3
Today 6'7 294lbs. wish I had this size playing football in h.s.
11 varsity letters.still have school record for 63 straight free throws made, most assissts season/career
Had a severe ankle injury-skipped college joined the Navy
Linebacker for most of my football career. Used to wear the #91 in honor of Kevin Greene, linebacker for the L.A Rams-my favorite team growing up.
Then when I was about 10 I changed to #69 when I started liking girls.
In softball and basketball I was always #7.
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