LSU’s A.J. Duhe to be Inducted into the Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame

Growing up in the tiny town of Reserve, Louisiana, A.J. Duhe may have dreamed of becoming a professional football player, but in those dreams he was always a quarterback.

“Everybody wanted to be the quarterback,” he said.

When Duhe’s dreams became a reality, though, he became the quarterback’s ultimate nightmare – a quick, strong and tenacious defensive end who was a star player at the since-shuttered Leon Godchaux High School in Reserve, then at LSU and for eight seasons with the Miami Dolphins.


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