Dave Rimington's Honors
Dave Rimington received many honors during his football career, and many consider him the best college lineman of all time. Listed below are Dave’s achievements and recognition from his college football career at the University of Nebraska.

The first player ever to win the coveted Outland Trophy in consecutive years (1981 and 1982), Dave Rimington is one of the most decorated offensive lineman in Nebraska Cornhusker history.

The 6’3”, 290-pound center was a two-time First Team All-American selection in 1981 and 1982 and is one of only 11 Cornhuskers to have his jersey (#50) retired. A three-time First Team All-Conference choice from 1980-82, Rimington was twice named the Big Eight Player of the year in 1981 and 1982. He was named the Big Eight Offensive Player of the Year in 1981. A four-year letterman and three-year starter for Nebraska, Rimington was named team captain and capped off his senior season by winning the 1982 Lombardi Award.

A two-time First Team Academic All-American, Rimington was honored by the NCAA as a Top-Five Student-Athlete and was selected as a National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete in 1982. He was also a three-time First Team Academic All-Big Eight choice from 1980-82.

In 1997, Dave was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, and in 2004, he was inducted into CoSIDA’s Academic All-American Hall of Fame.


College Achievements

Outland Trophy - 1981 & 1982 (the only player to win twice)
The Lombardi Award - 1982
Big Eight Offensive Player of the Year - 1982
Orange Bowl Offensive Player of the Game - 1982
Two-time All-American
Three-time All-Conference
Two-time Academic All-American
Three-time Academic All-Conference
NCAA Top Ten Student Athlete
College Football Hall of Fame - 1997
Academic All-American Hall of Fame - 2004

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