Sunday, July 19, 2015

1974 Profile: Bob Kampa

Defensive End
No. 70
"Kampa made appearances in seven games last fall and was inactive for three weeks. He started the season at defensive tackle and later moved outside to end and will likely stay at end this fall. Strong with good football instincts, Bob played with considerable poise for a rookie. He was the Bills' No. 3A draft pick in 1973.
Co-Captain and Most Valuable Defensive Lineman for the California Golden Bears as a senior, Kampa was a defensive tackle who won first team All-Pacific 8 and All-West Coast honors. He attended Gavilan Junior College where he lettered in football, track and wrestling before entering California. He set high school records in the shot put and discus. Bob was named to the American Bowl squad for the annual all-star game in Tampa, Florida.
Bob was a physical education major who has an interest in becoming a physical therapist. Bull riding and calf roping are among his favorite forms of entertainment."

-Buffalo Bills 1974 Yearbook

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