"Jarvis held down the starting center position until injured in practice just prior to the Cincinnati game. He was sidelined for the remainder of the campaign and underwent off-season knee surgery.
A solid offensive performer on running and passing plays, Bruce missed all but three games of the 1972 season with a knee injury. He was a third round draft choice in 1971 and first won a regular job as a rookie.
Jarvis was an honorable All-America as a center for Coach Jim Owens' Huskies, and a second-team All-Coast selection. He was voted Washington's Offensive Lineman of the Year and was elected to play in the annual Hula Bowl game. Bruce was a college teammate of Bills linebacker Bo Cornell.
Bruce was a business administration major at Washington and got into the restaurant business in Buffalo during the off-season. His father is a surgeon, his brother an attorney. Skiing is his hobby."
-Buffalo Bills 1974 Yearbook