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Larry Station

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Larry Station      Nebraska Wikipedia Hawkeye Sports Profile 

Position(s): LB

HIGH SCHOOL: Larry Station attended Central High School and lived in or near Omaha, Nebraska. He received three varsity letters, in football, track, and tennis. He was a two-time first team all-state football selection in high school. He won the Nebraska state title in the shot put his junior and senior years and won the state title in discus his senior year. In Station's senior year in 1982, he led his high school to the state championship at the Nebraska state high school track meet. He was ranked third in singles and first in doubles in the state of Nebraska for tennis, and Hayden Fry offered to let him play on the Hawkeye tennis team, but he declined. He considered Nebraska, Purdue, Houston, UCLA and Stanford before selecting the Hawks.

COLLEGE: He was a two-time first team All-America selection (consensus pick in 1984, unanimous choice in 1985), and joins Cal Jones as the only other two-time All-American selection. He was also named Academic All-Big Ten and All-American multiple times. He left Iowa as the all-time leading tackler with 492, and was the only player to have led the Hawkeyes in tackles in four seasons. He was a three-time first team All-Big Ten selection and team Most Valuable Player in 1985. He is best remembered for his game-saving tackle of running back Jamie Morris in Iowa’s 1985 game against Michigan. He started 42 straight games, and played in the Japan Bowl after his senior season.

PROFESSIONAL: He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 11th Round in the 1986 NFL Draft, and played one season before retiring. He was inducted into the Iowa Sports Hall of Fame in 2000, and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

Born 12/5/1963 and is 60 years old.

All Conference: 1st Team (1983, 1984, 1985), 2nd Team (1982), Academic (1983, 1984 All American: 1st Team (1984, 1985), 2nd Team (1983), Freshman (1982), Academic (1983, 1985) U of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame Drafted Round 11 by Pittsburgh Steelers in 1986 


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