The hardest hitting linebacker I ever coached was John Arlien, I don't know what it is about some kids they just hit hard. He had the speed of a glacier but had a nose for the ball and really delivered a blow when he got there. However the biggest hit I ever saw in high school or college was delivered by John Hoffman who was an outside linebacker, against Edinburg-Adams back in the fall of 1989. He was back in pass coverage then the QB took off on a scramble and Hoffman came off coverage knocked him out cold. It was incredible.
Arlien was from McVille and Hoffman was from Tolna they played for the Nelson county south Coop.
"One thing you have to remember Bobby, soccer was invented in europe by women, so they would have something to do while the men stayed home and did the dishes"