Any Penn State fan over the age of 30 has fond memories of watching Richie Anderson in the blue and white. Anderson was a huge part of the Penn State offense in the early '90s, racking up more than 2,000 yards from scrimmage and 31 touchdowns along the way. Despite being a sixth-round pick, Anderson went on to have a long and productive NFL career where he played fullback for the New York Jets and Dallas Cowboys, among others. Anderson was selected to start in the Pro Bowl following a stellar 2000 season, and hung up his cleats for good in 2005.
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