Thanks for the ride A-Train

Today, Mike Alstott has retired from professional football. During his 12 years with the Bucs he became their all-time touchdowns leader.

During Mike's 4 years at Purdue he rushed for 3,635 yards, including 1,436 in 1995. During those seasons, Purdue might as well have called themselves the Alstott's, because that's about all they had going for them.

He carried Purdue for 4 years as a fan favorite, and continued on in Tampa as one of the most popular players in the history of their franchise.

Good luck Mike, on whatever it is you choose to do.

One, okay two more times, let's watch him torch IU.

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