99 for 99 - #64: Craig Guest Tackles Anything That Moves

99 for 99 takes a look at the 99 biggest moments in UB Football history in anticipation of the 99th Season of UB Football which begins on September 1st, 2012. These moments are not in any order, however the top 10 moments have been saved for last.


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1995 - Craig Guest Sets UB record with 161 tackles in a season, anchored by UB record 29 tackle game.

In 1995, Guest set a UB record with 161 total tackles. He recorded 15 tackles for a loss, a UB record of 84 assisted tackles and a UB record of 77 solo tackles, (a record he would break the following year with 80.) Guest had 18 tackles in the Lafeyette game and 19 tackles in the Central State game. His biggest game however came against Maine. Although UB lost the game, Guest set 3 UB records that stand today: 12 assisted tackles, 17 solo tackles and 29 total tackles.

Guest and (Pete) Conley anchored the UB defense from the linebacker spot, recording 306 tackles together in '95. However UB’s offense was never in sync, scoring under 10 points 5 times and under 20 points 8 times. Despite the indivual accolades of the 1995 season, Guest preferred team victories. He regarded the 8-3 ’96 season and being named captain by his teammates as his greatest accomplishments at UB.

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