Pistol Pete Maravich Was A Bad Man

Still the best offensive talent the college ranks has ever known and one of the most exciting players of all-time to this day. Pistol Pete Maravich scored an astounding 3,667 points playing for LSU averaging a mind-blowing 44.2 points per game over 83 games, easily winning the NCAA scoring title in each of his three seasons.

During his ten-year career in the league, Pistol Pete played in 658 games, averaging 24.2 points and 5.4 assists per contest. With flash and flamboyance until he called it quits in 1980 and the Jazz retired his famous “Pistol” #7 jersey five years later.