Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Ten Greatest Defensive Players of All-Time - College Football News
...Fiutak...Ronnie Lott, DB USC - You think of Lott and you think of the devastating hits and peerless toughness. While he could pop, he could also pick off passes finishing his career with 14 interceptions and lead the nation with eight in his senior year. He could return them as well averaging 20.8 yards per interception and scored two touchdowns...

...Cirminiello...S Ronnie Lott, USC (1977-1980) – Ever since he arrived at USC, Lott became the standard by which all safeties would be judged. He was one of the most intimidating forces to ever patrol a secondary, and had uncanny football instincts and leadership skills. Lott was a rare defensive player capable of changing the tenor of a game with a single hit or turnover...

1 comment:

sam said...

I agree 100%! That's so true. :]