All-Time College Football Team: Offensive Guard

Tim CroleySenior Analyst IJuly 25, 2008

In continuation of my series, entitled, "All-Time College Football Team," I now turn the focus to the guard position.


These guys are the ones who get down in the trenches.


These guys are the ones who pull and rumble and roll their way over defenders so the running back can sprint to glory.


These guys are the ones who get the crap beat out of them all day, just trying to keep the man with the ball from having to endure the same beating.


Yet, the truth is, many times the guards seem like some big, dumb jock.


In defense of the offensive guards in college football, I now declare this session open for you to voice your opinion. Let it be heard who you believe are the two greatest guards of all time.


You’ve got greats such as Tommy Nobis from Texas and J.D. Roberts from Oklahoma.


Recent years recall such names as Chris Samuels from Alabama, Aaron Taylor from Nebraska, and Will Shields, also from Nebraska.


The list could go on and on.


So cast your votes now for the two guards you think are deserving of spots on the "All-Time College Football Team."