Monday, December 01, 2003

Sunday brunch: Slingin' Sammy like no other  

Kevin Sherrington catches up with Sammy Baugh. From the story: "If not the father of the forward pass, Baugh was a close relation. His coach, Dutch Meyer, said he never saw a better punter, and Baugh once led the NFL in interceptions as a defensive back.

Played minor league baseball. Competed in rodeos as a calf roper, too. 'Made every good rodeo within a hundred miles,' he says." In this article, Baugh reminisces a little about his days in the Saint Louis Cardinals system. He was quite the well-rounded athlete.

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