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    In his senior season, Malcolm Kutner was one of two Longhorns from the great 1941 team that was recognized as an All-American.

    Kutner was a main cog in D.X. Bible's innovative offense, one that drew praise as perhaps the best in the nation.

    Kutner was a three-year letterman in football, and became the first Texas player to be selected to the Chicago Tribune's Collegiate All-Star Game.

    After serving in World War II, Kutner played five seasons with the Chicago Cardinals. He earned the Rookie of the Year award, two All-Pro selections, and MVP honors during his time in the pros.

    Also starring in basketball and track, Kutner was inducted into the Longhorn Hall of Honor in 1965. He was later voted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1974.

    Is considered one of the top 50 Texas Longhorns of All-Time and is the grandfather of my wife.

    Rest in Peace Mal Kutner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneback View Post

    In his senior season, Malcolm Kutner was one of two Longhorns from the great 1941 team that was recognized as an All-American.

    Kutner was a main cog in D.X. Bible's innovative offense, one that drew praise as perhaps the best in the nation.

    Kutner was a three-year letterman in football, and became the first Texas player to be selected to the Chicago Tribune's Collegiate All-Star Game.

    After serving in World War II, Kutner played five seasons with the Chicago Cardinals. He earned the Rookie of the Year award, two All-Pro selections, and MVP honors during his time in the pros.

    Also starring in basketball and track, Kutner was inducted into the Longhorn Hall of Honor in 1965. He was later voted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1974.

    Is considered one of the top 50 Texas Longhorns of All-Time and is the grandfather of my wife.

    Rest in Peace Mal Kutner.


    Your wife or the authors wife ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram29jackson View Post
    Your wife or the authors wife ?
    My wife's grandfather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneback View Post
    My wife's grandfather.

    I was hoping you would answer "both"

    I believe you once said you tried out as a walk on for Texas , or injury hurt your chance on the team ? It appears you'll try anything to stay close or involved with the team ?

    just making a joke, hope its not interpreted as rude?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram29jackson View Post
    I was hoping you would answer "both"

    I believe you once said you tried out as a walk on for Texas , or injury hurt your chance on the team ? It appears you'll try anything to stay close or involved with the team ?

    just making a joke, hope its not interpreted as rude?
    Sure will , had to get tickets the RRS somehow.

    Yes, I tore up my knee pretty bad my senior year of high school and spent the rest of the season rehabbing, the only scholarship locally I could get was to Hardin-Simmons University in Abiline, TX . I went and it was a big change from the metroplex, all my friends ended up at Texas, I wanted to be there, so I transfered and attempted to walk on my sophomore year and promptly tore up my other knee in practice before the season. That was when I went from spending most of my time in the weight room/field to the coaches office/film room. At the end of my sophomore year my father was in the hospital with what looked like cancer at the time so I ended up coming home going to school and started volunteer coaching at Coppell HS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneback View Post
    Sure will , had to get tickets the RRS somehow.

    Yes, I tore up my knee pretty bad my senior year of high school and spent the rest of the season rehabbing, the only scholarship locally I could get was to Hardin-Simmons University in Abiline, TX . I went and it was a big change from the metroplex, all my friends ended up at Texas, I wanted to be there, so I transfered and attempted to walk on my sophomore year and promptly tore up my other knee in practice before the season. That was when I went from spending most of my time in the weight room/field to the coaches office/film room. At the end of my sophomore year my father was in the hospital with what looked like cancer at the time so I ended up coming home going to school and started volunteer coaching at Coppell HS.
    You coached at Coppell? We played them a few times when I was in High School.

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    I did, was there for two years in '01-'03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneback View Post
    I did, was there for two years in '01-'03.
    Ah before my time, but I do think we may have played ya'll in that time span though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram29jackson View Post
    ZACK KAUTH 85 Air Force

    Ironic that a pic of GA Tech and Air Force is showing a pass play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by souljahbill View Post
    Ironic that a pic of GA Tech and Air Force is showing a pass play.


    and 2 uniforms that werent in NCAA 11

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