I don't care if it was 2 years or 4. He is the best playmaker to wear a LSU jersey!
Brother, I love Tyrann, but you should study Casanova when you have a spare moment. He was a running back, defensive back, kick returner, and punt returner. If I recall correctly, he may have also gotten some snaps at WR. He is LSU's only three-time All-American. He was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, which dubbed him the best player in the nation. He played on LSU's best team of post-Dietzel, pre-Saban era (1969). He was named one of the best CFB players of the twentieth century.
Casanova only played something like six or seven years in the NFL, but made four Pro Bowls.
And he did all of this despite injuries. Had he not been disabled for most of the 1971 season, he would have won the Heisman, IMO.
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