2013 AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame Induction Series This is part 4 in our on going series...
They did it for the love of the game. The did it for the passion of the game. They played the game with all their hearts and souls. They didn’t always make a lot of money, but for the guys that suited up on Saturday and Sunday for years and years, they finally get recognized for their contribution and get inducted into the AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame.
Time to talk to some of the newest inductees into the AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame. This special seriesbecause it going to cover-guys you may know-and guys you don’t know-that had a impact on minor league football. That includes indoor football. There stories will amaze you just as much as any NFL player, but with what seems more passion.
Tonight Coach E and I talk to as well as about two great players as well as guys..
First - Patrrick Cole Offensive lineman. Patrick had a 22 year career as a elite offensive line semi pro player. He retired at the age of 42 after playing in Europe, Indoor Pro football and several top semi pro teams including the Virginia Storm in 1988/89. He had a a tryout with the New York Giants in 1990.
Second - Anthony A. La Barbera - A 1978 Graduate of John F. Kennedy High School where he accumulated awards of best offense and defensive linemen all county , all star team for the independent division and M.V.P. has been inducted into the AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame in 2005.
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