Rewind | Chat with former UW offensive tackle Lincoln Kennedy
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When Lincoln Kennedy finished his Husky career in 1992, he had become one of the school's all-time best offensive lineman.
As a junior, he helped anchor the O-line for the undefeated 1991 National Championship team that defeated Michigan in the Rose Bowl.
Kennedy was a two-time winner of The Morris Trophy, which is given to the Pac-10's Lineman of the Year, and was a unanimous consensus All-American as a senior in 1992.
He was drafted with the ninth overall pick in the 1993 NFL Draft and went on to play 11 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons and Oakland Raiders. During his pro career, he was a three-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time All-Pro selection.
Kennedy talked about his college and pro playing days, the legendary 1991 squad and much more in a live chat on Nov. 1.
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