Long before he was “The Rock,” Dwayne Johnson was a large man who played football for the University of Miami.
He won a national championship with the Hurricanes in 1991, and in 39 career games tallied 77 tackles and 4.25 sacks.
Of course, Johnson did not find fame in football, as he became one of the most recognizable and popular WWE wrestlers before finding a career in acting.
As of now, the 44-year-old is one of the biggest acting stars on the planet, but just because he left football does not mean he doesn’t still have an interest in it.
And apparently, if he were to play again, there is a specific coach he would like to play for.
Arians’ style has certainly won him many games as well as fans, but few fans are as big as his newest one.
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