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Phil Robertson from A&E's hit show Duck Dynasty, was once the starting QB for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. His backup was actually future NFL Hall of Fame QB Terry Bradshaw, in 1966. Here's Robertson and Bradshaw reminiscing...





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People in LA. would much rather hunt than play football.
Reply40 months
Larry you are fricking terrible. Don't quit your day job, assuming you do have one.
Reply40 months
Wow just got word that the Titanic is under stress right now...word is it hit an iceberg....pray for those people yall.
Reply40 months
Did I enter a time warp? Is it 2011 all over again?
Reply40 months
You're killing your father, Larry
Reply40 months
This just in...... Michael Jackson dead at age 50
Reply40 months
How did you not know this Larry?


Germans. Beyond Germans, it's ancient Egypt
Reply40 months
Hey story man! Old News Bro!
Reply40 months
Larry Leo lives under a rock.
Reply40 months
He actually quit so he could duck hunt.
Reply40 months
How do people not know this? And yes it's true
Reply40 months
I kept reading the title as "Duck Dynasty Star Wars", so the content was very disappoint
Reply40 months
Why is there a question mark at the end its not like its speculation...
Reply40 months
Is this news? For real, Chicken....how did you just learn this. It's been posted on this site..well...perhaps a few hundred times.
Reply40 months
Water is wet
Reply40 months
Y'all know Herman Johnson was the biggest baby ever born in Louisiana!
Reply40 months
That can't be true!
Reply40 months
Chicken, is it weird when you make comments to Larry Leo? Does chicken, I mean Larry ever reply back?
Reply40 months
WOW. I love the groundbreaking news you are bringing..
Reply40 months
you can't be serious Larry
Reply40 months
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