Glyn Milburn

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Glyn Milburn

Date of birth
Feb 19, 1971

Ht: 5'8"Wt: 177 lbs.

Birthplace
Los Angeles, CA

Hometown
Santa Monica, CA

College
Stanford University

High school
Santa Monica

Summary
Glyn Curt Milburn (born February 19, 1971) was an American football player. He is currently the General Manager and the Director of Player Personnel for the Austin Wranglers in the Arena Football League. He holds the National Football League record for Most All Purpose Yards Gained in a single Game with 404 on December 10, 1995...
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Playing career
San Diego ChargersRunning Back, Wide Receiver

Chicago BearsRunning Back, Wide Receiver

Detroit LionsWide Receiver, Running Back

Denver BroncosRunning Back, Wide Receiver

Stanford FootballRunning Back
1990 & 1992 All-Pac 10

Oklahoma FootballRunning Back

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Denver Broncos kick returner Glyn Milburn before the NFL Pro Bowl, a 20-13 NFC victory on February 4, 1996, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
by rockinfish Dec 09, 2013
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by rockinfish Dec 09, 2013
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husaktowalters husaktowalters wrote:
Stanford overcame a 24-7 second-quarter deficit to stun #1 Notre Dame 36-31 in South Bend. Fullback "Touchdown Tommy" Vardell lived up to his name, rushing for Stanford's final four touchdowns of the game. Glyn Milburn provided the Cardinal's first score with a 10-yard run in the first quarter that was set up by a muffed punt by Ricky Watters. The Fighting Irish muffed three punts during the game, with Adrian Jarrell's muff in the third quarter setting up a Vardell touchdown that pulled Stanford within two points at 31-29. Stanford was unable to take advantage of Watters' fourth-quarter muff as kicker John Hopkins missed a field goal that would have given Stanford a 32-31 lead. Stanford wide receiver Ed McCaffrey was quarterback Jason Palumbis' favorite target, providing key catches that set up three Cardinal touchdowns, including a third-down reception on Stanford's final drive that gave the Cardinal first and goal at the Irish five-yard line.  
1990 Stanford football highlights: Stanford 36, Notre Dame 31
Stanford overcame a 24-7 second-quarter deficit to stun #1 Notre Dame 36-31 in South Bend. Fullback
by husaktowalters Dec 11, 2012
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93rd Big Game: Revenge of The Play (Stanford 27, Cal 25)
BERKELEY -- It took eight years, but Stanford finally avenged
by husaktowalters Dec 23, 2011
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94th Big Game: The Broken Vow Game (Stanford 38, Cal 21)
STANFORD -- Well, what did you expect from the school where the Free Speech Movement came into existence? The University of California did most of the talkin...
by husaktowalters Dec 23, 2011
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An offensive strategy from head coach Bill Walsh emphasizing passes to fullback J.J. Lasley kept USC%u2019s pass rush in check, and a stellar defensive performance featuring multiple crushing hits by safety John Lynch helped the 21st-ranked Stanford Cardinal upset the #11 Trojans 23-9 on November 7, 1992 at Stanford Stadium. 
1992 Stanford football highlights: Stanford 23, USC 9
An offensive strategy from head coach Bill Walsh emphasizing passes to fullback J.J. Lasley kept USC's pass rush in check, and a stellar defensive performanc...
by husaktowalters Sep 14, 2012
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The 1993 Blockbuster Bowl was hyped primarily as a match up between "The Genius" Bill Walsh and "The Legend" Joe Paterno and secondarily as a meeting of All-Americans Glyn Milburn and O.J. McDuffie, but it was the Cardinal defense that shined the brightest on New Year's Day in Stanford's 24-3 victory over Penn State at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. 
1993 Blockbuster Bowl Highlights: Stanford 24, Penn State 3
The 1993 Blockbuster Bowl was hyped primarily as a match up between
by husaktowalters Jun 24, 2012
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#18 Stanford overcame a 16-0 deficit by scoring 33 unanswered points to upset 6 Notre Dame 33-16 in what three-time Super Bowl-winning head coach Bill Walsh described as one of the biggest wins in his stellar career. It would be the Fighting Irish%u2019s only loss of the season as they finished 10-1-1 with a 28-3 win over Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl. Stanford went on to post a final record of 10-3 (6-2), including a 24-3 drubbing of Penn State in the Blockbuster Bowl.  
Stanford 33, Notre Dame 16: the 1992
#18 Stanford overcame a 16-0 deficit by scoring 33 unanswered points to upset #6 Notre Dame 33-16 in what three-time Super Bowl-winning head coach Bill Walsh...
by husaktowalters Jun 16, 2012
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Luck Finishes as a Heisman Runner-Up
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck finished as the Heisman runner-up for the second consecutive year as the Cardinal program has produced the Heisman runner-up in each of the last three seasons.
Stanford University Athletics Department, Dec 10, 2011
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Andrew Luck Named Finalist for Heisman Trophy
Andrew Luck, who led Stanford to an 11-1 record this season and its second consecutive Bowl Championship Series bowl, has been named one of three finalists for the Heisman Trophy, which honors the nation's most outstanding college football player.
Stanford University Athletics Department, Dec 05, 2011
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Glyn Milburn - Stanford
Glyn Milburn - Stanford
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Left to right, bottom to top: Desmond Howard, wide receiver, Michigan; David Klingler, quarterback, Houston; Steve Spurrier, Coach of the Year, Florida; Glyn Milburn, kick returner, Stanford; Tico Duckett, running back, Michigan State; Carl Pickens, wide...
by thesemers Feb 06, 2011
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Luck Headed to New York for Heisman Ceremonies
Andrew Luck, who led Stanford to an 11-1 record this season and a berth in the Discover Orange Bowl, has been named one of four finalists for the Heisman Trophy, which honors the nation's most outstanding college football player.
Stanford University Athletics Department, Dec 06, 2010
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Updated athletic career information for Glyn Milburn
Edited the career summary for Glyn Milburn.
by Andy26399 Sep 08, 2010
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