Hein, a member of the pro and college football halls of fame, is widely considered the greatest center in football history. An All-American in 1930, he led Washington State to an unbeaten record and the Rose Bowl. During his three years in Pullman, the Cougars ran up a 26-6 record. His No. 7 jersey was the first retired by the school. After college, he played for the New York Giants and never missed a down due to injury. He won NFL MVP in 1938 and remains the only offensive lineman to win the award. -- Ted Miller
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