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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    I stumbled upon the College All Star game a few years ago and was amazed to see that it went all the way into the 70s. It reminded me that there was a time when 1) the student athlete actually existed 2) other professions paid better than pro tackle football and 3) it was not unusual that the best players in the game didn’t always go on to the pros. Looks like the college all stars losing 12 straight games and facing the likes of the Dolphins and Steelers pretty much ended that.

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    Must say, your write up is PERFECT! That would make the pro bowl something to watch. I “forgot” about it yesterday. Had plans to flip it on at some point after (or during) Badger basketball game. Then forgot entirely about the game. hahaha

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    As a little kid, the College All Star Game generated way more excitement in me than the Hall of Fame Game ever did. A key was that you wanted to see your team’s draftees and get a line on them. Every fan base had a rooting interest in the game.

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    I used to watch the NFL vs. College All-Stars when I was a kid. I remember being ticked off one year when punter Pat McInally, playing for the College All-Stars, got his leg broken during the game. McInally had been drafted by my team, the Bengals, so I was mad he got hurt. But that was a long time ago, I was a kid, and I could be remembering it all wrong.

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    “The hold is clean, the kick is sharp”. Man I miss Keith Jackson.


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