SHELBURNE: Being Lucky for five years...

SHELBURNE: Being Lucky for five years after leaving North Holly...

There are 32 comments on the LA Daily News story from Apr 24, 2009, titled SHELBURNE: Being Lucky for five years after leaving North Holly.... In it, LA Daily News reports that:

He looked the same. Still thick and muscular. Clean cut with a sharp jaw line, high cheekbones and the kind of tough gaze that could only belong to a football player.

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Marc

Kearney, NE

#2 Apr 24, 2009
Great read, great story. Marlon will be a Husker favorite forever.
DJC

San Diego, CA

#3 Apr 24, 2009
Sounds like a great person... All the bad stuff that is said about college athletics and then it helps a great kid like Lucky. I wish him the best of successes in the future.
GBR

United States

#4 Apr 24, 2009
Great read and a great kid. I'm proud to have Marlon representing Nebraska.
Good luck in the pros Marlon! We'll all be cheering for you!
Bugeater 4 NE

Riner, VA

#5 Apr 24, 2009
It's pretty obvious to me, I don't have tell you Marlon how much we Husker fans appreciate your contributions in helping your coaches and team mates in righting the ship. Among countless others over the years, you'll be remembered. Thank you for staying.
ben juarez

Tucson, AZ

#6 Apr 24, 2009
I'm glad that you can look back and see your Nebraska experience as something that helped you grow to become the man you are today. It's great that you were able to see all those that cared so much for you that although you might not have known before hand you certainly know now that family is not just those that shre the same blood type. You will be missed here in Nebraska and anytime you want to come home there will be 85,000 family members waiting for you in the stadium, don't forget about us, we will never forget Marlon Lucky and the man you've become.
what

San Marcos, TX

#7 Apr 24, 2009
when I tried to commit suicide I took the whole bottle and was in the hospital 2 days. He took a handful and was there a week???
DMan

Omaha, NE

#8 Apr 24, 2009
Thank you for the great memories you provided my family with during your career as a Husker, Marlon. My wife converted from being a hardcore GA fan to a Nebraskan for life specifically because of your play, good work ethic, and the person that you are. Good luck in the pros; with your skill set and familiarity with the West Coast offense, I am confident that you will be a star given time and the right opportunity.
Dow

Omaha, NE

#9 Apr 24, 2009
I've heard from multiple sources that dude had to be revived at the hospital after overdosing. He straight collapsed and was rushed to the hospital.
teamster

United States

#10 Apr 24, 2009
What more can I say? It is obvious that Nebraskans love and wish Marlon the best.
Travis in MT

Harlowton, MT

#11 Apr 24, 2009
Marlon,

You were a huge recruit for us, and it played out nicely for you and for us fans in the end. You were great at NU, and you'll be great at the next level. Thanks for all your hard work for this Nebraska team. We all appreciate it.
Scott

AOL

#12 Apr 24, 2009
Marlon, make sure to come back to Memorial stadium from time to time. We appreciate you and won't forget what you gave for us.
HuskerRed

Effingham, IL

#13 Apr 24, 2009
Good luck Marlon. I enjoyed watching you play at Nebraska. Thank you for playing and good luck in your next part of life.
Sam

Omaha, NE

#14 Apr 24, 2009
Good luck Marlon! The Husker Nation loves ya!
Go Big Red!
John

Redwood City, CA

#15 Apr 24, 2009
We love ya, Marlon! Good luck in the NFL, your fans in Nebraska will be rooting for you. Once a Husker, always a Husker.
SJONES

Bay City, MI

#16 Apr 24, 2009
God Bless you Marlon Lucky! You were a blessing to Nebraska and Husker football...not to mention a phenominal role model for my son to look up to!

Thanks for coming to Nebraska...good things will come to you!
HSKR Fan

Bay City, MI

#17 Apr 24, 2009
Disregard comments such as the one from #9 (Ignorant Iowa Fan)...unfortunately those of us who show compassion, care and quality life skills have to deal with ignorant people like this in our daily lives.

Probably just security issues or want some attention...right #9!
Prohusker

Dallas, TX

#18 Apr 24, 2009
Thanks for your kind words of us Nebraska fans. You take a high road when at times it is was a difficult road for all of us. Deep down we will always be connected and you will be a treasured Nebraska player. I wish the best for you Marlon.
Take Our Country Back

Minneapolis, MN

#19 Apr 24, 2009
Best wishes Marlon, you wore the scarlett and cream well!
Pat

United States

#20 Apr 24, 2009
Marlon, you will always be welcomed in Nebraska. You did what was right for you and right for your team. In Nebraska, we love our football players. You will always have that love in Nebraska. Good luck in the draft on Saturday. Show those big shots you are still a five star player and a good young man.
Tim

Washington, DC

#21 Apr 25, 2009
It is nice to see Mr Lucky grow into a mature adult. I hope he realizes he will always have that support from the fans of NU. We will always be loyal to one of ours. Congratulations on getting your degree, and good luck in the draft.

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