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Oregon TE Cam McCormick is already one of the longest tenured players in college football. McCormick, who tore his Achilles in 2021, has been granted a ninth year of collegiate eligibility by the NCAA...
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wadewilson14 months
Damm, he must be almost as old as Stetson Bennett.
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Will be the first guy to get a retirement package from college football.
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ThatTahoeOverThere14 months
He's getting an NIL deal from Life Alert
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TheBiggestBrother14 months
No one will ever top lawyer Tillman at Auburn. He started as a freshman in Pat dyes 2nd yr as head coach and was still playing in dyes last year
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broadcaster14 months
Van Wilder of college football
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Skinny14 months
I remember Johnny Lechner in WI went to UW-Whitewater for like 12 years. Wouldnt graduate. Think the university finally forced him to get out. Think he like he had 250 credits, ha. Probably stories out there on him you can find.
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LSUFanMizeWay14 months
Bluto joined the Peace Corps after 7 Years, I wonder what he will do after 9 Years?
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Broadside Bob14 months
And ironically, that movie was filmed at the U of O. Unmistakable shots of the old Hayward Field stands in some shots.
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LSUAlum200114 months
Damn.. 9 years in college? Does he have a PhD or t least two degrees?
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CanebreakCajun14 months
He gets older and they stay the same age
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SomeLSUguy14 months
Yes! You win.
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soccerfüt14 months
His first year at Oregon was Dan Fouts’ Senior year there.
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KAGTASTIC14 months
I'm more surprised Oregon hasn't processed him out if he is a scholarship player.
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HarryBalzack14 months
There was a Thigpen guy that was a tight end at Ole Miss who seemed to have played for 10 years, back around 2000.
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Godfather114 months
OJ Howard sure seemed that way at Bama.
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goodgrin14 months
Someone has Lindsey Scott beat?
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eddieray14 months
I haven’t seen a college career last this long since Winston Bennett of Kentucky basketball
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slutiger514 months
I don’t want to grow up I’m a Oregon football kid.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy14 months
Does this guy have four different masters degrees or what? You have to be a student full-time to play football, I’m curious what classes are left for him to take at this point.
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brewhan davey14 months
Guy ought to have a PhD by now.
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Fightin Okra14 months
Teaching classes
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POTUS202414 months
What are the circumstances?
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brewhan davey14 months
Redshirted in 2016.

Played full season in 2017.

Four straight season-ending injuries in 2018-2021.

Finally plays full season again this year in 2022.

Per this article: LINK
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chalmetteowl14 months
Does he still get his COVID year?
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themunch14 months
a ninth year of collegiate eligibility by the NCAA...

This is almost as bad as needed ten years to get through jr college.
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75503Tiger14 months
From NIL to SSI
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