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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Oldest player in college football is a CSU running back still on active duty in U.S. Army | The Coloradoan

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Josh Griffin is a staff sergeant who has spent most of his 13 years in the Army working in special operations.  He has supported Green Berets and Rangers on missions he’s not allowed to talk about.  He has seen combat in Afghanistan and Iraq.  He’s also the oldest player on a major college football team in the country this year, nearly 33 years old and beginning his second year at Colorado State.

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Source: https://www.coloradoan.com/story/sports/csu/football/2019/09/04/oldest-player-in-college-football-colorado-state-university-running-back-active-duty-u-s-army/2142927001/

 

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