Former Georgia Bulldogs DT Travis Stroud Joins Joe Lisi And Corey Allen On The Weekly Blitz
Mr. Travis Stroud is a husband and father of a son and daughter. Travis has accomplished many goals and received many honors as an athlete including; Reebok All American, All USA Today first Team, Atlanta Touchdown Club National Lineman of the Year, Gatorade Player of the Year. He was also a two sport athlete at The University of Georgia and a former member of the National /Arena Football Leagues. Travis excelled academically at the University of Georgia and graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management Information Systems.
Travis was a standout defensive tackle for the Bulldogs from 1994-1997. Stroud had great strength and quickness at the point of attack in clogging holes for opposing offenses within the Southeastern Conference. Stroud forced double teams which allowed his teammates to make plays and come up in run support. Stroud speaks about his fond memories in Athens and some of his most memorable moments in a Bulldogs uniform.
Stroud owns a sports company called: GameBreaker
The mission of The GameBreaker Corporation is:
To raise product awareness, develop a brand name image, and create super star products to launch into the National and International market. Our focus is to become the #1 Apparel manufacturing in Georgia and around the world. We have a brand of clothing that will inspire hardworking and highly motivated individuals of all ages to become go getters in life. These individuals will make the world know that they are by the apparel that The GameBreaker Corporation provides.
To learn more about Travis and GameBreaker click here: http://gamebreaker.net
Corey Allen was a former Georgia Bulldog wide receiver from 1994-1997. He finished his career with 63 receptions for 908 yards with 14.4 yards per catch and 5 touchdowns.He has two of the most dramatic touchdown receptions in Bulldogs history in the late 90's. His historic touchdown catch in the 1996 Georgia vs. Auburn set the stage for the 1st SEC OT game. Georgia went on to defeat the Tigers in 4 OT's. His last second touchdown catch in 1997 in Atlanta sealed the victory for the 'Dawgs over their cross town rival the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
Joseph Lisi is a former ABC Sports college football researcher. He is the owner of www.NCAABLITZ.com and www.GOFORTHE2.COM. Joseph has contributed for www.Rantsports.com- You can follow him on YOUTUBE at:MRJAL2230 or on Twitter @Goforthe2
Joe has a weekly radio show on www.blogtalkradio.com called:THE NCAA WEEKLY BLITZ
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