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Twelve players were elected into the College Hall of Fame on Tuesday and one of those names was Tedy Bruschi.
Bruschi was an absolute monster who defied the odds and the expectations at Arizona from 1991-1995. He wasn't on the list of the 100 top recruits in the West, and was deemed too short and too small of a defensive lineman to be an effective player for the Wildcats. Bruschi never took these critics to heart and is now part of an elite class:
“I never played college football with this as my goal. My college football career was always about playing hard, doing the best you’ve got, and see how it went. And if you won or our lost, after the game was done, move on to the next game. I never really had any long-term goals of being in this prestigious class.”
Tedy was a 2 time All-American in 1993 and 1994, had 19 sacks in '93(more than Zona has had as a team in each of the past 2 years), and was apart of a defense that allowed only 30.1 rushing yards per game, wh...
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TUCSON, Ariz. Former Arizona defensive standout Tedy Bruschi has been selected to the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013.
The announcement of the 2013 induction class will be featured on Tuesdays episode of ESPN College Football Live. Bruschi will be honored at the National Football Foundations Annual Awards Dinner in New York at the Waldorf Astoria on Tues., Dec. 10,...
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...
Back at the University of Arizona, Tedy Bruschi was an undersized but prolific defensive end.
For his efforts with the Wildcats, the former Patriots linebacker was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame class of 2013. In four seasons at Arizona, Bruschi tied the Division I-A record for career sacks with 52. He added 185 tackles, 74 tackles for loss, six forced fumbles and...
Tedy Bruschi’s response to Steelers safety Ryan Clark stating that Tom Brady sees “ghosts.”
On Monday, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark said on NFL Live that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sees ghosts when under pressure against man-to-man coverages. On Wednesday, former Patriots linebacker turned ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi came to the defense of his former teammate and even suggested that Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger should perhaps start seeing...
The 10 players and two coaches selected Tuesday for the College Football Hall of Fame:
-Ted Brown, North Carolina State. Atlantic Coast Conference's career leader in yards rushing (4,602) and touchdowns (51).
-Tedy Bruschi, Arizona. Had 52 sacks as part of Arizona's Desert Swarm defenses during the mid-1990s.
-Ron Dayne, Wisconsin. NCAA career leader with 6,397...