Marshall Faulk attended Sand Diego State where he was a three-time consensus All-America.
While at San Diego State, Faulk rushed for over 100 yards in 23 of his 32 career games.
Faulk's career totals at San Diego State include 4,589 yards and 57 TDs rushing; 973 yards and 5 TDs receiving.
The Indianapolis Colts picked San Diego State running back Marshall Faulk as the second player overall in the 1994 NFL Draft.
He rushed for 143 yards and scored three touchdowns in his rookie debut against the Houston Oilers.
He finished his first season with 1,282 rushing yards and an AFC-leading 11 TDs. He also caught 52 passes for 522 yards and one touchdown. He was named Rookie of the Year for his performance.
The following year, Faulk earned NFL Most Valuable Player honors after he set the single-season record for touchdowns with 26 that included a career-high and league-leading 18 rushing touchdowns.
Faulk's finest season with the Colts came in 1998. He set the franchise mark and led the NFL with 2,227 total yards from scrimmage. He also led the Colts and all league running backs in receptions with a team record 86 catches for 908 yards.
He was then traded by the Colts to the St. Louis Rams in 1999 in exchange for a second- and fifth-round draft pick.
He helped guide his new team to a Super Bowl title in his first season in St. Louis.
Faulk, the first player in NFL history to gain 2,000 yards from scrimmage in four straight seasons (1998-2001), retired as the NFL’s ninth-ranked rusher of all-time with 12,279 yards and 100 touchdowns.
He also added 767 career receptions, which ranked 16th all-time, for 6,875 yards and 36 touchdowns.
His 19,154 yards from scrimmage was sixth all-time.
Faulk rushed for 100 or more yards in 38 games.
He also recorded eight 100-yard receiving games in his 12-year, 176-game career.
He had three games in which he went over the 200-yard mark.
Faulk hoists the George Halas Trophy after the Rams won the NFC Conference championship in on Jan. 27, 2002. St. louis defeated teh Philadelphia Eagles 29-24 to advance to Super Bowl XXXVI.
Marshall Faulk was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Feb. 5, 2011.
Faulk shows emotion after being announced as a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2011.
Faulk (second from left) shares the stage with Steve Sabol (left, representing his father, Ed Sabol) and fellow members of the Class of 2011 Shannon Sharpe and Deion Sander during a live show on NFL Network following the Class of 2011 Announcement.
Marshall is measured by sculptor Blair Buswell two days after being elected the Hall of Fame. It is the first step in the process of creating his Hall of Fame bronze bust.
Exact measurements are taken in order to produce the Hall of Famer bust.
Measurements are taken for Faulk's Hall of Fame Gold jacket.
Marshall signs exclusive Class of 2011 items that wil be sold in our store.