Blugold Super Six
Tony Hull was a four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver on the football team but will also be remembered for coming to the team’s rescue in the final game of his senior season, taking over at quarterback and almost helping the Blugolds pull off an NCAA playoff victory at Bethel College. Hull became one of six quarterbacks used by the Blugolds last season. Coach Todd Glaser put in an option offense to take advantage of Hull’s running ability in the second round of the playoffs. The Blugolds lost the game by a 21-12 score.
Hull teamed with his brother Chris to form a feared receiving tandem during the four seasons they played together. In 37 career games, Hull caught 148 passes for 2,066 yards and 13 touchdowns. His yardage total ranks as the fifth best in school history. He was also a threat as a return specialist, averaging 20.7 yards per return for 32 career kickoff returns and 12.7 yards per return for 10 career punt returns.
In addition to being named team offensive MVP and All-Conference first team as a senior, Hull was also a Draddy Trophy Semifinalist and selected to the National Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society.
A December 2007 graduate in biochemistry/molecular biology with a 3.45 GPA, Hull did research for publication in the Chemistry Department and was a member of the American Chemical Society and the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society.
Hull is currently employed by Johnson & Johnson and working out of Minneapolis as a clinic sales representative.