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Curt Warner

Running Back

Curtis Edward Warner

Inducted 2009

Date of Birth



Wyoming, WV


Pennsylvania State University (1979-1982)


A first- team All-America selection in 1981, Curt Warner finished his career at Penn State with 11 season,14 bowl and 42 school records. Equally impressive, the Nittany Lions posted an 18-0 record when Warner rushed for 100 yards or more. A four-year letterman at Penn State, Warner played in four bowl games, including two Fiesta Bowls (1980-1982) and a Sugar Bowl (1983). Named Most Outstanding Offensive Player in both Fiesta Bowls, he led the Nittany Lions to the 1982 National Championship with their Sugar Bowl triumph. That season, in spite of Penn State’s record-setting pass offense, Warner contributed 1,041 yards and eight touchdowns. He placed tenth in the Heisman vote and was a second-team All-America. While at Penn State, he set records for career rushing yardage (3,398), career all-purpose yardage (4,982) and 100-yard rushing games (18). Warner closed his career second all-time in career kick-off return average (28.8 yards), tallying 922 yards and three touchdowns on 32 returns. The third overall pick in the 1983 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, Warner spent seven seasons in the league. During his career in the NFL, Warner was a four-time All-Pro selection.


Height 5'11

Weight 205

Career Highlights

  • 1982 Heisman - Tenth
  • 1982 Second Team All-America
  • 1981 First Team All-America
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