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Woodrow Lowe


Woodrow Lowe

Inducted 2009

Date of Birth



Columbus, GA


University of Alabama (1972-1975)


The second player in Alabama history to be a three-time first-team All-America (1973, 1974-consensus, 1975), Woodrow Lowe led the Crimson Tide to a undefeated regular seasons in 1973 and 1974. The 1973 Churchman’s National Defensive Sophomore of the Year, Lowe set an Alabama single season record with 134 tackles. That season the Crimson Tide played in the Sugar Bowl. His junior year, Lowe earned consensus All-America honors and led the Crimson Tide to a third straight SEC title and a birth in the Orange Bowl. In his final season, the linebacker again earned first-team All America honors and served as team captain as the Crimson Tide wrapped up their fourth straight SEC title and a trip to the Sugar Bowl. Following his senior season, Lowe played in the 1976 Senior Bowl and entered the NFL Draft. Taken in the fifth round by the San Diego Chargers in 1976, Lowe missed only one game in 11 seasons with the Chargers and tallied 21 interceptions. He returned four of those for touchdowns. Named to Alabama’s First Team All-Decade Team and a Second Team All-Century selection, Lowe was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 2001.


Height 6'0

Weight 227

Career Highlights

  • 1975 All-Conference
  • 1975 First Team All-America
  • 1974 All-Conference
  • 1974 Consensus All-America
  • 1973 All-Conference
  • 1973 First Team All-America
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