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Morgan went on to play college football for the University of Tennessee , where he was an outstanding multi-position player, appearing in all 46 Volunteers games in his four-year career. As a freshman in 1973, he was used primarily as a wide receiver with 22 receptions for 522 yards and 4 TDs. In his breakthrough sophomore season, he had 128 rushes for 723 yards and 11 TDs, 10 catches for 234 and 2 TDs, and 29 punt returns including 1 TD, for an SEC-leading 84 points. [2] He made the All-SEC team in 1974 as a wide receiver (UPI) and a running back (AP2). [3] His 1,587 all-purpose yards that year remained a school record until 1987. [4] His junior year, Morgan was used as a running back (133 carries for 809 yards and 8 TDs) and also a kick returner. In a game against Maryland he scored 3 TDs, including a 50-yard run and 70 yard punt return. He also became the first Volunteer to rush for 200 yards in a game with 201 against Hawaii . [5] His senior year, he balanced his time more, finishing second on the team in both rushing (90 carries for 388 yards and 9 TDS to Bobby Emmons ' 462) and receiving (14 catches for 317 yards and 2 TDs to Larry Seivers 737). He had 201 yards receiving against TCU , the second most at the time. His 11 TDs that season placed Morgan second in the SEC to LSU 's Terry Robiskie , and earned him 1976 All-SEC honors as a running back (AP) and receiver (UPI).

As we gather to celebrate Thanksgiving this year, let us be thankful that our day with spent with loved ones won't be nearly as awkward as these cringe-worthy family photographs.


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