Roger Shultz had a successful career at the University of Alabama as a four-year starter, earning All-SEC center as a freshman and was the Pat Trammel Award winner and winner of the the Dwight Stephenson Award.
Shultz, from Enterprise, Ala., was named to the Alabama All-Decade team for the 90s and the 50-Year All Iron Bowl Team.
Shultz and former teammate Trent Patterson were part of the popular reality TV program 'The Biggest's Loser.' Shultz entered the competition at 363 pounds and left the program as the runner-up losing down to 199 pounds.
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