|Jeff rewrote the record books with nine NAIA records at Southwestern Minnesota State. He was named conference MVP in both 1990 and 1992. A two-time All-American, Loots had his number (11) retired by his alma mater. Jeff threw for 4,111 yards and 50 touchdowns in college during the 1991 season.
|This Day in History|
|2006-New York, NY|
|A historical committee selects the 20 Greatest Players in AFL history as part of the League’s 20th Season celebration. Eddie Brown, the former offensive specialist for the Albany and Indiana Firebirds, is voted No. 1. The committee also chooses the 20 greatest games, moments and teams.|