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Tony Dorsett

During his senior season at the University of Pittsburgh in 1976, Tony Dorsett would rush for 2,150 yards and 22 touchdowns, lead the Panthers to a national title, and receive the Heisman Trophy. He would then proceed to quickly burst onto the NFL scene, becoming NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and winning the Super Bowl in 1977. After this sensational rookie season, Dorsett would continue to make four Pro Bowls and play a whopping ten seasons, which is particularly sensational when considering that Dorsett isa 190-pound running back. Dorsett would retire in 1988, be inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor, and have his number 33 jersey retired by the University of Pittsburgh. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1994.

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