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By Joe Vitale: For the past month, we at UGA Football Live have been playing a fun game over on our Twitter account.The objective of the game was to determine “The Greatest UGA Player of All-Time”.
Here is an example of how the voting was conducted: We picked 64 players dating back to 1910 and expanding all the way to 2016 with Nick Chubb. 1 seeds, all who played running back in Athens: Herschel Walker, a 1980 national champion, 1982 Heisman Trophy winner, and considered by many as the greatest player of all-time; Frank Sinkwich, a 1942 National Champion and Heisman winner; Charley Trippi, called the greatest college football player of ever by legendary Alabama coach Bear Bryant, 1942 national champion and CFB and Pro Football Hall of Famer; and finally Todd Gurley, who for many of the younger fans is the best player they’ve ever witnessed in red & black.Right off the bat there was one thing that everybody noticed: More recent players had a huge advantage over older players due to the younger ages of most of our Twitter followers.For instance, in round one, DB Jake Scott beat out TE Arthur Lynch, but only by one vote.For those unaware, Jake Scott is a former UGA All-American safety, SEC player of the year in 1968, two time Super Bowl MVP with the Miami Dolphins in which he was named MVP of Super Bowl VII, and a college football Hall of Famer.Two former football players from the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech filed a federal lawsuit earlier this week stating the National Collegiate Athletic Association has "failed to educate its football-playing athletes of the long term, life-altering risks and consequences of head impacts in football," according to documents obtained by The Red & Black.Former UGA player Johnny Brown and former Georgia Tech player Jerry Caldwell seek medical monitoring for ex-NCAA football players.
The suit is seeking class action status, but would be limited to players who never played in the NFL. In the suit filed, he claims he experienced "repeated traumatic head impacts" and believes that he "suffered other similar head impacts in his career," according to the documents.
Caldwell played as a defensive back at Georgia Tech from 1995 to 1998.
In 1997, Caldwell claims he lost consciousness after colliding with a University of Maryland player, resulting in a concussion, according to the documents.
He continues on in his claim that he suffered similar impacts during his time at Georgia Tech.
Perhaps it’s no coincidence that this phenomenon comes after five Bulldogs – Kolton Houston, Kenarious Gates, John Theus, Chris Burnette and David Andrews, according to an ESPN report — were seen with the message “#APU” taped to their wrists during the team’s game against North Texas.
The Knight Commission's Athletic and Academic Spending Database — online database geared toward allowing those concerned about athletic and overall collegiate spending in universities across the nation — launched Wednesday.