Tommy Nobis is one of college footballs all-time greatest linebackers. In his tenure with the Texas Longhorns (19631965) he averaged nearly 20 tackles a game and, as the only sophomore starter, was an important participant on the Longhorns 1963 National College Football Championship team, which defeated Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach in the Cotton Bowl Classic. Nobis was a two time All-American and made the All-Southwest Conference team three times. In the 1965 Orange Bowl, Nobis made one of the most famous tackles in the games history. On fourth-and-inches, and clinging to a 21-17 lead, he led his teammates to a game saving halt of top ranked Alabamas QB Joe Namath. Tommy Nobis has hand autographed this Texas Longhorns 16x20 Color Photo with Hook Em Horns inscription. Certificate of Authenticity.
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