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Saw this posted on another site this morning.
You talk about accleration, top end speed, and running with power, DuBose had it all packaged into a 5'11 190 pound frame.
If not for a torn ACL that took away his entire Senior season, who knows what could have been? Back then, torn knee ligaments were virtually career-ending, and players were never able to recover and get back to what they were before the injury like they can nowadays.
Still my favorite All-Time RB at Nebraska.
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His speed is just insane. And is ability to make cuts are better than what I can do with my created player in NCAA.
PS. They called late hits very differently back then.
Thanks for sharing Skerz. I had an away #22 jersey as a kid (when DuBose was playing at NU). He was something special.
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Nice post thanks. Something else I noticed watching DuBose's tribute was how quick the center was getting off the ball and into the D linemen. Was that Reminginton?
Good lord. Don't think I have ever seen highlights on him before. Boy had some wheels.
Feed me to the wolves, and I will return leader of the pack. #FreeDA
Great observation, Kram. Some of those O line's were dominant!
Doug was unquestionably a special athlete and fun to wach.
Ameer's running style kind of resembles Doug's IMO
Thanks for the video!
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