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The Greatest College Football Players By The Number: 31-40

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IJuly 16, 2010

The Greatest College Football Players By The Number: 31-40

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    Who's the greatest?

    This is the fourth slideshow in a series that will reveal the greatest college football players by the number jersey that person wore at their respective universities.

    Let's continue with numbers 31 through 40...

Number 31: Shane Conlan

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    Penn State University from 1982-1986

    - Two time National Champion in 1982 and 1986
    - All American at Outside Linebacker in 1985 and 1986
    - 1986 finalist for the Butkus Award
    - 1987 Fiesta Bowl Defensive MVP
    - Sixth two time All-American at Penn State
    - 1986 undefeated season

Number 32: OJ Simpson

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    University of Southern California from 1967-1968

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - 1968 Heisman Trophy
    - Two time consensus All-American
    - 1968 Maxwell Award
    - 1968 UPI Player of the Year
    - 1967 Walter Camp Award
    - 1967 UPI Player of the Year

Number 33: Tony Dorsett

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    University of Pittsburgh from 1973-1976

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - 1976 Heisman Trophy Winner
    - 1976 Maxwell Award Winner
    - 1976 Walter Camp Award Winner
    - 1976 UPI Player of the Year
    - 1976 SN College Football Player of the Year
    - 1976 Harley Award Winner
    - Three time First-Team All-American selection (1973, 1975, 1976)
    - Second team All-America selection (1974)

Number 34: Herschel Walker

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    University of Georgia from 1980-1982

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - 1982 Heisman Trophy
    - 1980 National Champion
    - 1982 Maxwell Award
    - 1982 Walter Camp Award
    - 1982 UPI Player of the Year
    - 1982 TSN College Player of the Year
    - 1982 Harley Award
    - Three time All-American selection (1980, 1981, 1982)

Number 35: Felix Blanchard

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    United States Military Acadamy from 1944-1946

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - National Champion in 1944, 1945, 1946
    - 1945 Heisman Trophy
    - Three time All-American
    - 1945 Maxwell Award
    - 1945 Sullivan Award

Number 36: Chris Spielman

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    Ohio State University from 1984-1987

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - Two time All-American
    - 1987 Lombardi Award
    - 1987 Chic Harley Award
    - Ohio State team MVP in 1987

Number 37: Doak Walker

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    Southern Methodist University from 1945, 1947-1949

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - Two time Cotton Bowl Classic MVP (1948, 1949)
    - 1948 Heisman Trophy
    - 1948 All-American
    - 1947 Maxwell Award

Number 38: George Rogers

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    University of South Carolina from 1977-1980

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - 1980 Heisman Winner
    - 1980 consensus All-American
    - Career leader in yards with 5204
    - Tied leader for rushing touchdowns with 31
    - Second in school history with 202 points scored in his career
    - Number 38 retired at South Carolina

Number 39: Sam Cunningham

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    University of Southern California from 1970-1972

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - 1972 National Champion
    - 1972 All-American
    - 1972 Rose Bowl MVP
    - Rose Bowl Record Four Touchdowns Scored in 1972
    - Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992

Number 40: Howard Cassady

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    Ohio State University from 1952-1955

    - College Football Hall of Fame
    - 1954 National Champion
    - 1955 Heisman Winner
    - 1955 Maxwell Winner
    - 1955 Associated Press Athlete of the Year
    - Concensus All-American in 1954 and 1955

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