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Alabama All-Star Game




         
1974

      The South All-Stars came through a rain drenched night with a 18-6 victory over the North All-Stars. Defensively the South limited the North to 15 yards rushing, which didn't compare with the South's 203 yards rushing. The South offence was sparked by a pair of Montgomery fullbacks - Kim Sellers of Robert E. Lee and Johnny Davis of Sidney Lanier, the Most Valuable Back in the Game.

      Kim Sellers scored the first touchdown by carrying the ball 71 yards in 16 plays, all on the ground. Milford Fontaine of Montgomery kicked a 33-yard field goal to score for the South less than 3 minutes after the first touchdown.

      Johnny Davis scored the final touchdown for the South when he ran 8 yards with 8:46 left in the 2nd quarter. South quarterback Steve Clark of Shades Valley hit Randy Nichols of Sweetwater with a pass for the 2-point conversion to give the South a 18-0 lead at half-time. The North scored its one and only touchdown with 7 minutes to play when quarterback Bobby Green of Ranburne ran 2 yards to score.

      The South played well together as a team as you can tell by another South All-Star Victory of 18-6.



 1974 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Dale Adams  Etowah G Sr.  
 Butch Baker  Weaver QB/S5-11 180Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Lev Bragg  Gardendale DE6-2 195Sr.  
 Rand Clark  Walker HB/LB5-11 195Sr.  
 Allen Crumbley  Huffman HB5-11 175Sr.  Alabama
 Jeff Davis  Glencoe QB6-1 180Sr.  Ole Miss
 Frank Digesu  Grissom FL5-10 185Sr.  Auburn
 Jerome Duncan  Carrollton DB5-11 168Sr.  Brewer State
 Michael Allison  Woodlawn DE6-0 195Sr.  North Alabama
 Jeff Farley  West Morgan DB6-2 175Sr.  Northeast Mississippi
 Bobby Green  Ranburne QB6-0 190Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Paul Horton  Butler DT6-5 255Sr.  Mississippi State
 Rocky Jacobs  Tuscaloosa County LB6-0 205Sr.  North Alabama
 Mitch Knox  Oxford LB6-0 196Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Johnny Lowery  Oneonta TB6-0 175Sr.  Auburn
 Charles Lynch  Munford FB5-9 190Sr.  Houston
 Steve Moseley  Mortimer Jordan HB5-10 160Sr.  
 Ozzie Newsome  Colbert County SE6-4 190Sr.  Alabama
 Joel Page  Red Bay MG5-7 165Sr.  
 Fred Robinson  Phillips Birmingham SE5-8 190Sr.  Alcorn A&M
 David Seymour  Decatur DB6-0 185Sr.  North Alabama
 John Smith  Coffee T6-1 240Sr.  Auburn
 Sammy Sweetland  Athens G5-11 187Sr.  Troy State
 Ronnie Swoopes  Bradshaw T6-4 240Sr.  Georgia
 Bobby Walker  Childersburg C6-3 225Sr.  Livingston
 Alan Waycaster  Holt DT6-2 225Sr.  Livingston
 Mike Williams  Hartselle G6-1 215Sr.  
 Jerry Witt  Ardmore RB/LB6-0 185Sr.  
 Billy Woods  Cherokee County DB6-3 195Sr.  Georgia
 Ricky Yarbrough  Hatton OL6-2 190Sr.  Tennessee-Martin


 1974 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Rodney Burroughs  Robertsdale G6-3 250Sr.  Auburn
 Steve Clark  Shades Valley QB6-1 190Sr.  Florence State
 Danny Cook  Smiths Station C6-2 235Sr.  Livingston State
 Johnny Davis  Sidney Lanier RB6-2 225Sr.  Alabama
 Bob Fleming  Murphy TB5-10 195Sr.  Auburn
 Milford Fontaine  Lee Montgomery T6-1 220Sr.  Livingston State
 Rick Freeman  Auburn DB5-11 185Sr.  Auburn
 Terry Fuller  Shaw WB5-9 170Sr.  Auburn
 Charles Glass  Tuscaloosa DT6-3 215Sr.  
 Louis Green  John Carroll G6-2 240Sr.  Alabama
 Romanuel Gundrum  Florala DT6-2 220Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Tommy Hicks  Jeff Davis OL6-3 220Sr.  Auburn
 Larry Hixon  Excel DB6-2 180Sr.  Livingston State
 Robert James  Florala DB6-0 175Sr.  
 Stanley King  Sweet Water DB5-10 167Sr.  Kentucky State
 Michael Kramer  B.C. Rain HB6-0 175Sr.  Alabama
 Pat LaRock  John Carroll LB5-11 210Sr.  Auburn
 Byron McDougald  Andalusia MG5-11 210Sr.  Alabama State
 Rick Neal  Banks SE6-2 205Sr.  Alabama
 Randy Nichols  Sweet Water TB5-10 193Sr.  Livingston State
 Allen Patterson  Auburn LB5-11 210Sr.  Troy State
 Ray Powell  Homewood SE6-1 180Sr.  Auburn
 John Register  Geneva MG6-0 185Sr.  Troy State
  Kim Sellers  Lee Montgomery FB6-2 225Sr.  Auburn
 Joe Shaw  Banks DE6-5 215Sr.  Auburn
 Joe Shaw  Banks DE6-5 215Sr.  Auburn
 Lafran Simmons  Jones Valley TB6-0 180Sr.  Wyoming
 Myles Smith  West End DE6-1 195Sr.  Florence State
 Marvin Trott  Jeff Davis C6-3 228Sr.  Auburn
 Forrest Yerby  Baldwin County T6-1 235Sr.  Auburn




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