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2009 Hall of Fame: Rob Lytle and Eddie L. Williams

November 25, 2009

Rob Lytle played in the Sandusky-Fremont rivalry for three years, 1969-1972. During those three years he won seven letters with Fremont. In football, Rob was an exceptional running back, scoring 242 points while rushing for 2539 yards. He was named to the Buckeye Conference First Team in 1971 as a running back, also earning First Team AP District honors and honorable mention All-Ohio. He later played for the University of Michigan where he was All-American, Big Ten MVP, and third in Heisman Trophy voting. Rob was drafted by the Denver Broncos and played seven seasons in the NFL.

Eddie L. Williams is a 1968 graduate from Sandusky, playing in the rivalry game his sophomore, junior, and senior years. During one game, he led the Blue Streaks’ 544-yard rushing spree with 15 carries, 217 yards, and two touchdowns. Sandusky won that game by an incredible score of 74-0 over the Little Giants in front of 7000 stunned fans.

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