| FTBL Name a football player, without his injuries, that would have had his name 'writ in Crimson Flame.."

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I met Tyrone before he ever took the field for Bama. When he was still at Cleburne County High. I was there doing some IT work and they assigned him as a helper for me that day. He was very nice and pretty inquisitive about the work I was doing(installing WIFI Access Points). I did not really keep up with recruiting back then, still don't that much. It was a few months later when I heard he commuted to BAMA. Was in the stadium that day, I think my heart broke more than the average fan.
 

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Prothro and Tua were both pretty much coming out after that play/series no matter what. Makes it even worse.
 

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Tyrone was a very bad one, Brodie like someone said he had no blocking to help him.
 

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I had no takers to my question from the other side...who would NOT have had their time in the spotlight if they hadn't been hurt? There was this fullback who had a severe head injury and had to change positions, went on be an All-American and NFL standout in his new position...
 

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Guys weren't it Brodie that was molested by those thugs?
 

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