Sims in football uniform, c. 1905
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|Career highlights and awards|
T. S. Sims was a college football player.
Sims scored in the opening win of 17 to 0 over Maryville in 1905. A number of Alabama turnovers kept the game scoreless through halftime. Sims scored the first touchdown and Auxford Burks added a 95-yard return for a touchdown. Sims also scored the first touchdown of the 30 to 0 victory over Auburn in what was then the largest crowd ever to see a game in Birmingham (4,000) with an 18-yard run. He was selected All-Southern in 1905.
- "T. S. Sims". Retrieved February 12, 2015.
- Christopher Walsh (September 1, 2007). "Saban's first game one of the most anticipated in Alabama history". Retrieved February 12, 2015.
- "Alabama vs. Auburn". Retrieved February 12, 2015.
- W. R. Tichenor (December 3, 1905). "Football Experts Give Their Selections For An All-Southern Team". The Atlanta Constitution.
- Bill Cromartie (1982). Braggin' Rights. p. 57.
- Winston Groom (2000). The Crimson Tide: An Illustrated History of Football at the University of Alabama. Winston Groom.
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