Best football players of the 1980's

Best football players of the 1980's

Postby fightingsioux » Wed Apr 16, 2008 7:25 pm

Just want to know what your thoughts are
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Re: Best football players of the 1980's

Postby fightingsioux » Wed Apr 16, 2008 7:46 pm

Mike Watson- Cavalier
Greg Murphy- Red River
Dave Steckler- Bowman
Rick Watson- Cavalier
Curt Kittleson- Velva
Rod Skytland- Carrington
Fred Walker- Mayville
Hal Iverson- Watford City
Pete Erickson- Kenmare
Brian Zubke- Watford City
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Re: Best football players of the 1980's

Postby hfs77 » Fri May 02, 2008 2:10 pm

dude Lavin, Hatton. 1987 season had over 3300 all purpose yards and 27 td's. Averaged 15 yds every time he touched the ball.

NOTE: not sure why, but apparently there is a filter. Mr. Lavin's first name is Richard, but he went by the common nickname.
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Re: Best football players of the 1980's

Postby GRIDIRON GURU » Tue May 13, 2008 9:03 am

Some good names on that list but....
How about a guy named Phil Hanson, Oakes

Tony Sater, Fargo South
James Molstrie, Dickinson
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Re: Best football players of the 1980's

Postby coast-to-coast » Wed Nov 04, 2009 11:47 am

werent there some Pyles from central cass i think maybe bob pyle or something
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Re: Best football players of the 1980's

Postby Old Baller » Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:20 pm

coast-to-coast wrote:werent there some Pyles from central cass i think maybe bob pyle or something


Brothers Jerry and Bob Pyle were basketball studs (especially Jerry) at Central Cass in the late 60's but could have been outstanding footballers too; I don't recall. They could have sons who played there in the 80's if they got started on their families early enough I guess!!
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