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Bob Crable
No. 50
Linebacker
Personal information
Date of birth: (1959-09-22) September 22, 1959 (age 55)
Place of birth: Cincinnati, Ohio
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) Weight: 228 lb (103 kg)
Career information
High school: Cincinnati (OH) Moeller
College: Notre Dame
NFL Draft: 1982 / Round: 1 / Pick: 23
Debuted in 1982 for the New York Jets
Last played in 1987 for the New York Jets
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Games played 66
Games started 43
Quarterback sacks 10
Stats at NFL.com
Stats at pro-football-reference.com

Robert Edward Crable (born September 22, 1959) is an American former college and professional football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL) for six seasons during the 1980s. He played college football for the University of Notre Dame, and twice earned consensus All-American honors. A first-round pick in the 1982 NFL Draft, he played professionally for the NFL's New York Jets.

Early years[edit]

Crable was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and grew up in nearby Deer Park, a Cincinnati suburb. He attended Archbishop Moeller High School, and compiled an accomplished high school football career. His Moeller high school teams won three consecutive football state championships and compiled a three-season record of 36–0.

College career[edit]

He attended the University of Notre Dame and pursued a degree in business administration and marketing. He played for coach Dan Devine and coach Gerry Faust's Notre Dame Fighting Irish football teams from 1978 to 1982, and he was selected as team captain his junior and senior seasons. He was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American in both 1980 and 1981, while compiling the following statistical records: 521 career tackles—still a Notre Dame record; most tackles in a season (187 in 1979) and a game (26 vs. Clemson in 1979), and his 26 tackles also ties an NCAA single-game record.

Professional career[edit]

After graduating from Notre Dame, Crable was selected in the first round (23rd pick) of the 1982 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. He played linebacker with the Jets for seven years. After sustaining two knee injuries that ended his professional football career, he returned to Cincinnati. He began his own business—Crable Sportswear—while playing for the Jets, unitl his top-of-the-line sportswear company was purchased by The Midland Company in 1989, and Crable retained the position of company president.

Life after the NFL[edit]

Crable then returned to his high school alma mater, Moeller High School, during the 1992–93 school year as a coach and part-time religion teacher. The next year he accepted a full-time teaching position in the religion department. He became certified to teach religion by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati after attending The Athenaeum of Ohio. He was named the head football coach of Moeller High School and coached for eight seasons from 2000 to 2007.

References[edit]


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1979 vs. Michigan - Crable FG Block - 125 Years of Notre Dame Football - Moment #046

In a 1979 matchup between Notre Dame and Michigan in Ann Arbor, Bob Crable overheard the blocking plan of the offensive lineman for the Wolverines before a g...

Bob Crable: Why I Love My Coach

Bob Crable had the unique opportunity to play for Coach Gerry Faust at Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller High School and at the University of Notre Dame. Bob was...

1979 Notre Dame vs. Michigan - Bob Crable FG block

Ingenuity saves the day for the Irish in Ann Arbor as Bob Crable launches himself off another player to block Michigan's last-second field goal attempt in 19...

Moeller Football Reunion with Bob Crable

Moeller Football great Bob Crable sits down with Jeff Schnedl to discuss his memories of Moeller Football at the 50th Anniversary Reunion of Moeller Football.

Bob Crable - Strong and True - 125 Years of Notre Dame Football - Moment #067

In this 'Strong and True' moment, two-time All-American linebacker Bob Crable ('82) talks about what the University of Notre Dame means to him.

Sports Flash with Bob Crable

Sports Flash with Bob Crable.

Moeller Locker Room Renovation

Gerry Faust, Steve Klonne, Bob Crable discuss the importance of history of the locker room of Moeller High School.

The Chicken Soup Game - 125 Years of Notre Dame Football - Moment #114

In 1979, quarterback Joe Montana overcame the flu to lead Notre Dame to an improbable comeback victory in the Cotton Bowl Classic versus Houston. In this 'St...

Bob Crable - Experience with Anthony Munoz - Perseverance

Bob Crable played Linebacker at Moeller HS, Notre Dame and for the NY Jets. He is currently Notre Dame's all-time leading tackler. Here he is speaking with a...

Bob Crable talks about Utica Notre Dame High School

Former University of Notre Dame alum and NY Jet Football Player Mr. Bob Crable shares with us his time spent at our school and the importance of catholic edu...

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2 news items

Cincinnati.com

Cincinnati.com
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 14:27:18 -0700

They are accused of beating Deters, 23, and his girlfriend, Allison Crable, daughter of former Moeller High and National Football League star Bob Crable. Jonathan Deters was hospitalized after the attack with a concussion and minor injuries to his arms ...
 
Waterbury Republican American
Fri, 05 Sep 2014 17:00:00 -0700

The Irish have their share of thrilling victories in the series, including linebacker Bob Crable stepping on the back of Michigan center Mike Trgovac and leaping to block a 42-yard field goal with 1 second left to preserve a 12-10 win in 1979. The game ...
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