It was announced on Tuesday that Tedy Bruschi would join a star-studded cast of legendary football players as a member of the College Hall of Fame’s 2013 class.
Bruschi was a standout defensive tackle at the University of Arizona in the 1990′s. He was converted to middle linebacker when the Patriots drafted him in 1996. It was in New England where Bruschi would go on to become one of the most recognizable faces in football and a Boston sports legend.
Bruschi was the anchor of a New England defense, who along with Tom Brady, led the Patriots to three Super Bowl wins in a period of four years in the early 2000′s. To this day, the image of him intercepting a pass against Miami and taking it to the end zone while fans toss snow in the air is one of the most memorable in league history — especially for New England Patriots fans.
Having entered college football’s sacred shrine, the next question is whether or not Bruschi deserves to one day be in Canton. I say yes.
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