I would say from everything I have heard I would say Matt Blair and Troy Davis. Than you have to look at guys like Amundson, Keith Sims, Reggie Hayward, along with a bunch of others I know nothing about from the 60's and 70's. Seneca would be in the top 10 prolly, but I would honestly take Sage anyday over Seneca! Seneca is by far more talented though
There is no doubt it is Troy Davis! He quite possibly is the best college running back of all time, and he ran behind some terrible offensive lines. He single handedly put ISU football back on the map. It is to bad he didn't stay for his senior season.
This is a long thread and I may have missed it, but I don't recall Ike Harris coming up. He was a great one. And a personal favorite as he was in a chemistry class with me as a freshman. Good NFL career too.
My favorite Defensive Player(s) of all time were:Mike & Maynard Stensrud, Tom Boskey..What a Great 76' team...On Offense it was:Luther Blue, Dexter Green, Wayne Stanley, and Troy Davis...Anybody remember Ray Hardee??
Well Troy Davis is definitely the best that I've seen during my lifetime but that doesn't say much with 100 years of Cyclone football I am unaware of. He should have won the Heisman, if he was on a winning team he would have. He's the only reason we won at all though. Amazing performances.
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