While the past two Heisman Trophy winners were freshman, they were of the redshirt, not true, kind. Florida State’s Jameis Winston and Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel each won college football’s most prestigious award during their second year on campus.
A true freshman has never won the prize. Oklahoma’s Adrian Peterson finished second in 2004, while Georgia’s Herschel...
Herschel Walker discussed his workout with TMZ, and it's just not human.
Georgia Bulldogs freshman running back Nick Chubb's body is reminiscent of Herschel Walker running track.
Herschel Walker has been out of the NFL for 16 years. But even at 52, the former Dallas Cowboys running back says he can still play in the league.
"I can play in the NFL today," Walker told USA TODAY Sports. "I couldn't take every snap. But running backs nowadays don't play every down. Now they send in the choir section.
"Physically, I can still do it...
Even at 52-years-old, Herschel Walker still thinks he can play in the NFL.
The former NFL running back isn't planning a comeback, but he says that he could jump back into the game if he wanted.
"I can play in the NFL today," Walker told USA TODAY Sports this week. "I couldn't take every snap. But running backs nowadays don't play every down. Now they...
Herschel Walker's NFL career might be best known for being a part of the 1989 trade that sent him to the Vikings from the Cowboys for several draft picks with one of which would later turned out of be Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith.
But Walker believes there is one thing missing on his resume a bust of himself in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Walker believes his NFL career in...
Almost every day I field questions on health and fitness, and I've come to realize that 95 percent of them follow the same format. They always state the desired goal,
September 26, 2013
Herschel Walker, a former NFL running back who has his own history with concussions while playing, isn’t on board with all the blame being thrown on concussions and their long-term effects. Walker spoke with Michael Hiestand of USA Today Sports about concussions, his own mental health, and the efforts he is making to help others. Walker’s word and opinion stands in stark contrast...
As a new generation of Georgia Bulldogs stand on the cusp of a National Championship appearance, a former legend—who helped lead the Bulldogs to their last National Championship in 1980—is preparing to open a new restaurant not far from his old stomping grounds. The University of Georgia’s legendary running back will soon help open Herschel’s Famous 34 Pub & Grill...
Would it be possible to purchase the SEC's video aired on ESPN on Herschel Walker...I would like to purchase it because I believe our middle school students