Yahoo! Sports recently tracked him down to find out what he’s up to these days. The former Nebraska quarterback famously won the Heisman and basically took an average team to the national title game by himself. He’s now the owner of a company that installs playground and recreation equipment. “After all, the Heisman winner already has plenty on his hands with his small business, which he purchased from a Nebraska family in 2003 after being cut from the Packers. Crouch says it not only gives him a chance to give back, it’s also rewarding because it fights childhood obesity, an epidemic that has more than tripled in the last 30 years. And it certainly doesn’t hurt business that he just so happens to be one of the greatest Cornhuskers ever, making autographs all part of the job. The children that might one day be using his equipment always want a glimpse of his legendary hardware.”
In case you’ve forgotten who he is, here’s a gentle reminder of what he could do on the football field.