Karl Dunbar to Chicago Bears...

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  1. TigerEducated

    TigerEducated Freshman

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    He leaves Okie State to go to Chi-Town...In case anyone cares...
     
  2. BostonBengal

    BostonBengal Founding Member

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    Interesting... Talk about a dark horse signing, huh?

    Not that I really care about Karl Dunbar, but that came out of no where didn't it?
     
  3. jeffoxiam

    jeffoxiam Founding Member

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    Good to hear. I love that guy! He's been working his ass of for years.

    Who the hell is karl dunbar?
     
  4. TigerEducated

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    One of the best defensive lineman of the modern era of LSU football...He was the assistant defensive line coach under Pete Jenkins, and there was some scuttlebut about why he did not get the job when Pete retired, as he was groomed to do so, and had become a person that the team went to when they had personal, private problems, that their position coach's and Saban might not be the best set up to handle...

    Great guy, great LSU man, and great player in his time...He went to Oklahoma State and stole Chijuan Mack of Woodlawn from a few SEC teams out of Baton Rouge...he left Stillwater and went to Chi-Town...

    Best of luck to him....
     
  5. LSUDeek

    LSUDeek All That She Wants...

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    You didn't mention his Saints career.
     
  6. Chipeace

    Chipeace Country Roads Tiger

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    Great college ball player that played every down. Got several nagging injuries that slowed him when he went to the pros. The pros are all about speed & separation.
     

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