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Alabama All-Star Game




         
1972

      The South All-Stars won a victory of 14-13 over the North. At the end of the first half, the score was 7-7 with the North and South in a tie. Gary Beck of the South and Tyrone King of the North scored the touchdowns and Caldwell and Berry kicked the extra points. Peoples raised the North score early in the third quarter when he went over line from the seven yard line.

      Caldwells' kick was off just enough miss the extra point. Seconds later Jerry Brown of Valley scored a touchdown for the South which tied the score. Berry kicked the extra point to put the South ahead. Although the North picked up individual honors, the South did not let this stop them from finishing with a 14-13 victory.



 1972 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Percy Anderson  Childersburg NG6-0 190Sr.  
 Charlie Anderson.  Coffee TE6-2 207Sr.  Tennessee
 Tony Baird  Marion County S6-0 180Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Bo Batey  Jacksonville G6-1 210Sr.  Alabama
 Paul Brogdon  Decatur HB5-11 195Sr.  Vanderbilt
 Bruce Brooks  Sylacauga LB6-7 210Sr.  Troy State
 Mike Caldwell  Huffman T6-1 225Sr.  
 Darrell Cleghorn  Addison DT6-4 225Sr.  Ole Miss
 Anthony Colvin  Tuscaloosa FL6-0 150Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Doug Crow  Tarrant 6-0 165Sr.  
 Colnley Duncan  Hartselle LB6-1 210Sr.  Alabama
 Darrell Faulkner  Glencoe 6-6 250Sr.  Georgia
 Barry Johnson  Hamilton T6-3 265Sr.  Florence State
 Tyrone King  Minor E6-0 160Sr.  Alabama
 Buster Kizziah  Brookwood LB5-9 197Sr.  Livingston
 Bobby Land  Salks S6-1 195Sr.  Auburn
 Will Legg  Athens C6-4 250Sr.  Georgia
 Leo Milewicz  Butler G6-0 220Sr.  Tennessee
 Jerry Mizell  Decatur FB5-10 205Sr.  Florence State
 Ed Oaks  Cullman QB5-11 175Sr.  Vanderbilt
 David Peoples  Marion County QB6-2 185Sr.  Auburn
 Anthony Perry  Alabama 5-11 160Sr.  Alabama
 Marty Perry  Ohatchee DB6-0 150Sr.  Livingston
 Greg Phillips  Grissom LB6-2 210Sr.  Tennessee
 Mike Poland  Butler DB6-0 175Sr.  Tennessee
 Frank Rudowski  Northside DE5-11 185Sr.  Livingston
 Larry Ruffin  Fayette County DT6-1 225Sr.  Alabama
 Tim Stewart  Oneonta S6-1 180Sr.  Florence State
 Sam Talton  B.B. Comer DE6-0 210Sr.  Jacksonville State


 1972 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Gary Beck  Shaw HB5-10 185Sr.  Auburn
  Roger Belter  West End DT Sr.  
 Bucky Berry  Sidney Lanier QB6-1 200Sr.  Alabama
 Billy Blair  Mountain Brook NG6-1 225Sr.  Vanderbilt
 Vincent Boyd  Lanett RB6-1 173Sr.  
 Kenny Boykins  Jess Lanier DL6-4 205Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Jerry Brown  Valley FB6-2 210Sr.  Alabama
 Steve Clinkscales  Vincent DB5-9 180Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Leroy Cook  Abbeville DE6-3 190Sr.  Alabama
 Donnie Crutchfield  W.S. Neal DB6-0 180Sr.  Tulane
 Chris Denty  Vincent DL5-11 210Sr.  
 Randy Durbin  Banks G6-3 230Sr.  
 Ronnie Elmore  Lee Montgomery DL6-1 240Sr.  Auburn
 Chuck Fletcher  Baldwin County T6-2 235Sr.  Auburn
 Sam Johnson  Andalusia TE6-3 210Sr.  Southern Miss
 Bill Kelso  Enterprise G6-2 190Sr.  Troy State
 Eddie Lewis.  Toulminville E6-1 170Sr.  Kansas
  Woodrow Lowe  Central Phenix City LB Sr.  Alabama
 Jimmy Morris  Prattville DE6-1 202Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Charles Odom  Dothan LB6-1 190Sr.  Troy State
 Ralph Page  Murphy QB6-2 190Sr.  Georgia
 George Pugh  Lee Montgomery DB6-2 190Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Harry Rawlinson  West End RB5-11 200Sr.  Auburn
 Tony Rodgers  Sidney Lanier DB5-11 220Sr.  Troy State
 Mike Starling  Abbeville C6-0 205Sr.  
 Jimmy Swinks  Wetumpka E5-9 160Sr.  
 Rick Telhiard  McGill DT5-11 230Sr.  Auburn
 Richard Todd  Davidson QB6-2 200Sr.  Alabama
 Rick Watson  Berry HB5-11 190Sr.  Alabama
 Fred Weary.  Jeff Davis T6-2 195Sr.  Tennessee
 Thomas Yarbrough  Smiths Station HB5-8 195Sr.  




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