Former Crusader Lamb starting for Spokane Shock
Friday, April 20, 2007
Former Crusader Lamb starting for Spokane Shock
Amos Lamb high fives Shock fans as he heads into the locker room

TIGERVILLE, SC--Former North Greenville University football player Amos Lamb is sending "shock" waves through the AF2 football league. The former Crusader offensive lineman signed with the Spokane Shock in early March and has started all three games this season.

Lamb played at North Greenville from 2002-2004. As a Crusader, Lamb was an All-America offensive lineman and played in the 2005 Cactus Bowl all-star game. Lamb also spent time with the Washington Redskins before being cut at the end of training camp.

The Shock, AF2's defending champions, are currently 1-2 on the season. Spokand defeated the Stockton Lightning 51-35 in the season opener, but have fallen the last two weeks. The Shock play a 16-game regular season that runs through July 28th.