Frank Gore is a professional running back. He played college football at Miami. Gore played backup for Clinton Portis when Miami won the National Championship in 2001.
Gore was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played with the 49ers until 2014 and is their all-time leader in rushing yards (as of 2021). In his NFL career, Gore has had nine 1,000-rushing-yard seasons and five Pro Bowl selections. The 49ers achieved a 13–3 record in the 2011 season under new head coach Jim Harbaugh. That season, the 49ers won the NFC West division and reached the NFC championship game, where they lost to the eventual Super Bowl champions, the New York Giants. In 2012, Gore helped lead the 49ers to Super Bowl XLVII, where Gore would rush for over 100 yards and a touchdown in the game. In 2014, Gore became the 29th player to have rushed for over 10,000 yards. He also spent three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, one season with his hometown Miami Dolphins, and one with the Buffalo Bills.
As of 2021, Gore is the oldest active running back in the league on the New York Jets. In 2019, he became the fourth player to have rushed for over 15,000 yards, making him third on the all-time rushing yards list. One year later, Gore became just the third player in league history to rush for 16,000 yards, joining Walter Payton and Emmitt Smith. Gore has done lots charity work, espcially in Miami over the years.