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October 25, 2013
No. 5 Bull of all time: George Selvie
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We continue with our countdown of the 25 all-time greatest USF football players - with number 5.
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5. Defensive end George Selvie (2005-2009)
George Selvie moved to defensive end after showing out in 2005 on the scout team and the rest is history.
In 2006, he started in all 13 games, making 83 tackles, including 15 TFL (5.5 sacks) and added 4 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries. In 2007, he continued to terrorize teams, racking up 59 tackles including 31.5 TFL including 14.5 sacks and forced 3 fumbles, earning All American Honors in the process.
In 2008, he had a slightly down year, totaling 13.5 TFL including 5.5 sacks, but was again named All American, the first - and only Bull - in program history to earn those honors from the nation.
In 2009, he had 32 tackles including 8.5 TFL including 3.5 sacks to end his career (now causing issues for people facing the Cowboys).
Selvie is truly one of the faces of the program and his number 95 jersey is still a popular selection for fans at games to this day.