I thought we should remember the career of one Sam Chapman, who passed away on December 22.
In his brief obituary, it is noted that Chapman, who played 11 years in the majors interrupted by World War II, was nicknamed the "Tiburon Terror" when he was a high school football star and he played on the last Cal Bears team to win the Rose Bowl. Chapman was a blocking back and punter. In the game, Cal intercepted four Alabama passes and allowed only three completions. Yet the game was considered an aerial circus. I don't believe Cal completed a pass the whole game.
That was in 1938 when the Bears beat Alabama 13-0. The Ritz Brothers were there along 89,997 others.