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From the photo taken vs. Vikings after his first-down scramble: Just now noticed the crooked middle finger on his throwing hand. Could just be the photo, but looks like it might've been broken at some point. Interesting.

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He had it surgically modified to allow him to get better spin (while maintaining grip strength) on the football.

Or perhaps it's just his finger being captured in a moment of time and it's otherwise normal.

He's certainly no Anthony Munoz
 

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He had it surgically modified to allow him to get better spin (while maintaining grip strength) on the football.

Or perhaps it's just his finger being captured in a moment of time and it's otherwise normal.

He's certainly no Anthony Munoz
He should have pulled a Ronnie Lott and gotten that bad boy amputated.
 

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He had it surgically modified to allow him to get better spin (while maintaining grip strength) on the football.

Or perhaps it's just his finger being captured in a moment of time and it's otherwise normal.

He's certainly no Anthony Munoz
middle finger gate
 

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He had it surgically modified to allow him to get better spin (while maintaining grip strength) on the football.

Or perhaps it's just his finger being captured in a moment of time and it's otherwise normal.

He's certainly no Anthony Munoz

Or Brian Baldinger
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I have always wondered how good he would have been if not for him playing baseball his last year at ISU.....
You think he would not be as good if he left his junior year?

Personally I think his senior year helped him. I think Larry said that once.
 

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You think he would not be as good if he left his junior year?

Personally I think his senior year helped him. I think Larry said that once.

I think he would have been great eventually...and maybe moreso with a straight shooting finger. But you have a point...that NCAA title game run might have been very developmental for Larry.

Damn, that 12 year career just went by in a blink of an eye....makes you appreciate Brady even more for playing 18 years....
 

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I think he would have been great eventually...and maybe moreso with a straight shooting finger. But you have a point...that NCAA title game run might have been very developmental for Larry.

Damn, that 12 year career just went by in a blink of an eye....makes you appreciate Brady even more for playing 18 years....

Yep. Basically Gronk is having the same career as Larry did. Best in the game but back problems both cut their careers short (at least that is what I think will happen to Gronk)

I think Larry mangled the finger during a baseball/softball game a couple of months before he was supposed to report to the Celtics. He said he had to change his whole shooting style the summer before his rookie year. Crazy.

Larry said his senior year at ISU enabled him to grow more as a leader and be comfortable carrying the load in big pressure games and allow his body to be strong enough to deal with the pounding he took (and dished out) on a nightly basis in the NBA.
 

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