50 Year Old Linebacker Returns To The Field

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“Mike Flynt's only concern was if he was eligible. Finding out he was, Flynt returned to Sul Ross State this month, 37 years after he left and six years before he goes on Medicare. His comeback peaked Wednesday with the coach saying he's made the Division III team's roster. He could be in action as soon as Sept. 1.

Flynt is giving new meaning to being a college senior. After all, he's a grandfather and a card-carrying member of AARP. He's eight years older than his coach and has two kids older than any of his teammates.”

He was asked, "Mike, what is the fountain of youth?'

He replied, “Well, it's strength training that builds muscle, increases bone density and burns calories. It's the one thing you can do in your 90s and benefit from."

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