Lee Roy Selmon

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Lee Roy Selmon (October 20, 1954 – September 4, 2011) was an American football player and college athletics administrator.wikipedia
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1975 College Football All-America Team

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He was a consensus All-American in 1974 and 1975 and a member of consecutive national championship teams for the Oklahoma Sooners in 1974 and 1975.
They were defensive linemen Steve Niehaus of Notre Dame and Lee Roy Selmon of Oklahoma.

1976 NFL Draft

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Selmon was selected by the expansion Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the first overall pick in the 1976 NFL draft.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Selmon was selected by the expansion Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the first overall pick in the 1976 NFL draft.
With the maturation of quarterback Doug Williams and future four-time Pro Bowl tight end Jimmie Giles, the first 1,000-yard rushing season from running back Ricky Bell, and a smothering, league-leading defense led by future NFL Hall of Famer Lee Roy Selmon, the Bucs kicked off the season with five consecutive victories, a performance that landed them on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

Oklahoma Sooners football

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He was a consensus All-American in 1974 and 1975 and a member of consecutive national championship teams for the Oklahoma Sooners in 1974 and 1975.
They were led by Steve Davis at quarterback, Joe Washington at running back and the Selmon brothers (Lee Roy, Lucious, and Dewey) on defense.

Lombardi Award

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Selmon won the Lombardi Award and the Outland Trophy in 1975.

Dewey Selmon

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In 1972, Selmon joined his brothers Lucious and Dewey Selmon in playing on the defensive line at the University of Oklahoma.
He played collegiate football at University of Oklahoma, forming the defensive line with brothers Lucious and Lee Roy, among others.

University of Oklahoma

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In 1972, Selmon joined his brothers Lucious and Dewey Selmon in playing on the defensive line at the University of Oklahoma. He played college football as a defensive tackle at the University of Oklahoma, the youngest of three Selmon brothers to play football there.
Many Pro Football Hall of Famers, including Lee Roy Selmon and Troy Aikman, also attended the University of Oklahoma.

National Football League Defensive Player of the Year Award

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Selmon played in six straight Pro Bowls and was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1979.
1979— Lee Roy Selmon, DE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Lucious Selmon

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In 1972, Selmon joined his brothers Lucious and Dewey Selmon in playing on the defensive line at the University of Oklahoma.
Selmon's younger brothers, Dewey and Lee Roy, joined him at the University of Oklahoma and in one period, all three played as defensive linemen.

Outland Trophy

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Selmon won the Lombardi Award and the Outland Trophy in 1975.

University of South Florida

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Selmon joined the athletic department at the University of South Florida in 1993 and served as the school's athletic director from 2001 to 2004.
In 2012, the facility was dedicated to the late Lee Roy Selmon, a Pro Football Hall of Fame member, former Director of USF Athletics, and the "Father of USF Football.".

Walter Camp Alumni of the Year

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The 1996 Walter Camp "Alumnus of the Year" was voted to the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame in 1992.
1996 - Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma

Pro Bowl

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Selmon played in six straight Pro Bowls and was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1979.

Warren Sapp

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His 77 sacks with the Buccaneers are the second-most in the team's history to Lee Roy Selmon's 78.5.

Howie Long

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In January 2008, Selmon was voted by a panel of former NFL players and coaches to Pro Football Weekly 's All-Time 3-4 defensive team along with Harry Carson, Curley Culp, Randy Gradishar, Howie Long, Lawrence Taylor and Andre Tippett.
Pro Football Weekly (PFW) named Long as one of the ends on its All-time 3-4 defensive front, along with Lee Roy Selmon, Curley Culp, Lawrence Taylor, Andre Tippett, Randy Gradishar, and Harry Carson.

Lee Roy Selmon Expressway

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The expressway was renamed Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway in 1999, in honor of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers hall-of-fame football player Lee Roy Selmon.

Derrick Brooks

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In 2003, Brooks broke Lee Roy Selmon's team record for most consecutive Pro Bowl appearances with seven.

Andre Tippett

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In January 2008, Selmon was voted by a panel of former NFL players and coaches to Pro Football Weekly 's All-Time 3-4 defensive team along with Harry Carson, Curley Culp, Randy Gradishar, Howie Long, Lawrence Taylor and Andre Tippett.
In January 2008, he was voted by a panel of former NFL players and coaches to Pro Football Weekly's All-Time 3–4 defensive team along with Harry Carson, Lawrence Taylor, Randy Gradishar, Howie Long, Lee Roy Selmon, and Curley Culp.

Randy Gradishar

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In January 2008, Selmon was voted by a panel of former NFL players and coaches to Pro Football Weekly 's All-Time 3-4 defensive team along with Harry Carson, Curley Culp, Randy Gradishar, Howie Long, Lawrence Taylor and Andre Tippett.
In January 2008, he was voted by a panel of former NFL players and coaches to Pro Football Weekly 's All-Time 3-4 defensive team along with Harry Carson, Lawrence Taylor, Andre Tippett, Howie Long, Lee Roy Selmon, and Curley Culp.

National Football League 100th Anniversary All-Time Team

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