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Aaron Rosenberg


Aaron David Rosenberg

Inducted 1966

Date of Birth



Brooklyn, NY


University of Southern California (1931-1933)


Aaron Rosenberg was a vicious blocker and tackler, an All-America in 1932 and 1933. Stanford's Bob "Horse" Reynolds remembered him well: "He was a real talker, a whale of a holler guy, and he could live up to all that talk." Another Stanford All-American, Bobby Grayson, agreed. "He was an exciting athlete", Grayson said of Rosenberg. "He was the true motivating influence in that USC line. We had a tremendous amount of respect for him." Grayson recalled one of Rosenberg's best efforts, "He really gave it to us good when we lined up for the first time in that 1933 game, when the Trojans boasted a 27-game winning string. Though we won, 13-7, Rosenberg let us know we'd been in the football game." Rosenberg was a great motion picture director and producer, also. His finest film efforts included the box office hits, "The Glenn Miller Story" and "The Benny Goodman Story," as well as "Mutiny on the Bounty."


Height 6'0

Weight 210

Career Highlights

  • 1933 All-West Coast
  • 1933 Consensus All-America
  • 1932 All-Coast
  • 1932 First Team All-America
  • 1931 Third Team All-America
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