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the original dual threat QB that you've never heard of

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Noah

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He became the first Division I-A quarterback to top 1,000 yards rushing and passing in a single season.  He put together another outstanding season as a senior in 1982, including a 38-29 win at Bryant-Denny Stadium, ending Alabama’s 57-game winning streak in the building. Southern Miss retired his No. 10 jersey, one of only three so honored in school history. You may have heard of the other two — the only punter ever drafted in the first round, Ray Guy of the Raiders, and Brett Favre.

www.sbnation.com/longform/2013/4/24/4257864/dual-threat-qbs-nfl-reggie-collier-rg3
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