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After his redshirt season in 2008, Rambo played in 11 games (no starts) in 2009 and registered 25 tackles, two interceptions and five passes defensed. He also blocked a punt in the Independence Bowl against Texas A&M.
The next season, Rambo started all 13 games at free safety. He recorded 82 tackles (five for losses), three interceptions, three forced fumbles and three passes defensed. He was named third-team All-SEC.
In 2011, Rambo put together his finest collegiate season. Over 13 starts, Rambo totaled 52 tackles (two for losses), eight interceptions, eight passes defensed and one fumble recovery. He was named a first-team All-American and first-team All-SEC.
While his redshirt senior season wasn't as productive—in part due to a four-game suspension—Rambo still started 10 games and made 73 tackles (one for losses) with three interceptions, one sack, three forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and three passes defensed.
Overall, Rambo finished his collegiate career with 235 tackles (seven for losses), 16 interceptions, one sack, six forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 18 passes defensed. He also scored two defensive touchdowns. His 16 interceptions tied a school record.
|Year ||G/GS ||TKL/TFL ||INT ||FF
|2009 ||11/0 ||25/0.0 ||2 ||0
|2010 ||13/13 ||82/5.0 ||3 ||3
|2011 ||13/13 ||55/1.0 ||8 ||0
|2012 ||10/10 ||73/1.0 ||3 ||3
|Total ||47/36 ||235/7.0 ||16 ||6