Harry Galbreath was the most dominating and aggressive run blocker Johnny Majors ever coached, according to Tennessee's former mentor. Perhaps that's what earned him All-America status his senior year of 1987.
In his final year with the Vols, Galbreath won the Jacobs Trophy given to the SEC's best blocker. He opened holes for Reggie Cobb, who rushed for 1,197 yards on 237 attempts as a freshman in 1987. It was only the second time Tennessee's leading rusher had more than 200 attempts and the most in school history at the time.
Galbreath appeared in every game of his four-year stint, including three years as a starter.
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