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Loville , Derek
Derek Loville played high school football at Archbishop Riordan high school in San Francisco, and was successful enough to earn an athletic scholarship to the University of Oregon where he was an outstanding running back (1986,87,88,89.)
He finished his career at Oregon with 3,296 rushing yards for 4 yards per carry and additinally he accumulated 5,223 all purpose running yards to go along with 23 touchdowns. Other career highlights included appearances in the 1989 Independence Bowl and the Japan Bowl.
Loville went undrafted out of college, but was signed as a free agent by Seattle in 1990.
Throughout his NFL career from 1990 to 1999 he also played for San Francisco and Denver. He finished his NFL career with 1,620 yards rushing to go along with 16 rushing touchdowns, 915 yards receiving for 5 touchdowns, 61 kickoff returns for 1,297 yards, and 3 punt returns for 16 yards.
Loville was inducted into the University of Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.