Yahoo Sports Feature Fred Morris
People with character like Fred come along only once in a very long while.
Thanks for being just a regular guy.....
ICYMI, here's two good stories on Morris highlighting his career at FAU...
Here's our opinion piece about Alfred Morris becoming the face of Florida Atlantic University.
Is it good for FAU - or any school - to have an athlete be its most recognizable marketing asset?
Alfred Morris talks RG3 injury, ROY, the option, Alf, Vizio TVP award
Congrats to FAU legend Alfred Morris, who earned second-team All-Pro honors.
According to my understanding of the NFL rules, the 49ers win puts Alfred Morris into the Pro Bowl. Frank Gore was voted ahead of him, but he can't play because of the Super Bowl appearance.
Alfred Morris has officially hit the big time. He's rapping lyrics to a car dealership jingle in this video. Making the commercial circuit...
Alfred Morris impresssed the Washington brass so much that his younger brother, Shawn, is getting a tryout with the Redskins.
Alfred Morris received an autographed Earl Campbell jersey today sent by Campbell himself. All Campbell wanted in return was an autographed Alfred Morris jersey. Pretty cool.
EXTREMELY COOL - way to go Alfred!
Reason No. 3,654,234 why Alfred Morris is awesome...
Alfred Morris plays paintball with Redskins fans on bachelor party
That was a GREAT story on Alfred, he is still just a regular guy, not some stuck-up NFL millionaire! I think there are now millions of fans cheering for Alfred, not just us Owls fans.
Alfred Morris talks about love and heartbreak while getting a pedicure.
You just can't make this stuff up
Yes, that is the young man. Thanks for the information. I hope he gets a shot somewhere else.
I believe you must be talking about Robert Lohnes. I had not heard why he left.
Sorry to hear that. He was exciting to watch and he seemed to have a lot of heart too. What was his name? I hope another school picks him up.
They wouldn't give him a scholarship so he quit
Owl Access, what ever happened to our punt returner that was from the Tampa area? He was about 5'6" and really fast. I can't remember his name.