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Throughout his playing career, NFL Hall Of Famer Bart Starr was known to have a bad back.
The story that was widely circulated was that Starr was injured in a punting exercise before his junior year with the Crimson Tide in 1954. That wasn't the truth though.
According to Cherry Starr he was badly beaten during initiation into the school's A-Club for varsity lettermen.
"He was hospitalized at one point in traction," Cherry said to "That was in the days when they were initiated into the A-Club, and they had severe beatings and paddling. From all the members of the A-Club, they lined up with a big paddle with holes drilled in it, and it actually injured his back."
Cherry got my detailed in her description of the gruesome incident, stating, "His whole back all the way up to his rib cage looked like a piece of raw meat. The bruising went all the way up his back. It was red and black and awful looking. It was so brutal."

After light had been shed on this horrible hazing incident, do you think coaches will keep their players from pledging to fraternities and sororities?

@evanyanetti yeah they have outlawed because of situations like this, when they take things too far
@duckthefodgers yeah this is sad
Well hazing has started becoming outlawed in fraternities and sororities because of the stupid shit that goes on during some of these initiations
This is so stupid...
Probably not...but I want to believe that this kind of stuff no longer happens at schools