RIP Brad White..,,

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235 days…..

#235 - Brad White

White was a 3 year letterman from 1978-1980 from Idaho. Brad is one of the most under appreciated Vols during the Majors era. From his DT position, White accumulated 245 career tackles, 24 tackles for loss, and 4 forced fumbles. He led the Vols in ‘78 and ‘79 with 7 sacks each season and led the team with 5 sacks in ‘80 (19 sacks for his career.) Although he never made an All-Conference team, White was a dominant figure on talented DL. Brad was drafted in the 12th round by Tampa Bay and had a successful 6 year NFL career.


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235 days…..

#235 - Brad White

White was a 3 year letterman from 1978-1980 from Idaho. Brad is one of the most under appreciated Vols during the Majors era. From his DT position, White accumulated 245 career tackles, 24 tackles for loss, and 4 forced fumbles. He led the Vols in ‘78 and ‘79 with 7 sacks each season and led the team with 5 sacks in ‘80 (19 sacks for his career.) Although he never made an All-Conference team, White was a dominant figure on talented DL. Brad was drafted in the 12th round by Tampa Bay and had a successful 6 year NFL career.


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Remember him well. RIP Mr. White; 61 is way too soon to leave us.....
 
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Seem to recall going to a UT bowl game with busload of Vol fans. Two of the folks (from Lewisburg, I believe) had "adopted" Brad as a friendly gesture for a football player far from home (Idaho). They spoke of Brad like he was one of their own.
 

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