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A native of Southern California, Noble played high school football at Anaheim High before coming to Fullerton College in 1982 to play for legendary coach Hal Sherbeck. An impact starter for the Hornets, Noble played defensive line for the Hornets making the 85 anniversary All-FC team in 2001 (selected by JC-Gridwire’s legendary Hank Ives).

After FC, Noble transferred to Arizona State University where he excelled as a linebacker under then head coach Darryl Rogers.

Brian was drafted in 1985 in the 5th round of the NFL draft by the Green Bay Packers. His impact was felt early, when as a rookie linebacker he led the team in tackles, a feat he would accomplish a total of 4 times in his stellar 9-year career (averaging over 100 tackles for his career). Although he never made the Pro Bowl, Noble did make the All-Madden Tough Guy Team in 1990.

After a knee injury ended his playing career, Noble stayed involved with the Packers over the airwaves, serving as both a radio and television announcer for Packers games. He also took his love of the outdoors to the small screen as producer and star of the long-running television show “Hitting The Outdoors.” Brian currently is the Arena Football League’s Green Bay Blizzard owner and president. He moved from coach to owner/president in 2006 to lead the Blizzard to their first-ever East Division title the very same year. Since taking over the Blizzard franchise, Noble’s teams have won in the playoffs each year proving that he is a winner on and off the field.