|Croff began his college career at Scottsdale Community College and played there in 1996 and 1997. In 1998, Croff transferred to Carson-Newman to play defensive tackle. During his senior year, Croff was named to the SAC Noth/South All-Star game. Croff has three children, Danielle, Alyssa, and Raelyn. Croff also wrestled in college and made his way to number two in the nation in the heavy weight class during his junior year. In 1999 and 2000 Croff spent in “Tough Man competitions.” He dominated the competition and went 17-0 including 12 knockouts.
|This Day in History|
|1994-Fort Worth, TX|
|The Fort Worth Cavalry's inaugural regular-season home game is played before 2,852 fans at the Tarrant County Convention Center. The Cavalry best the visiting Milwaukee Mustangs, 65-28.|