Friday, November 13, 2015

1975 Profile: Mike Kadish

Defensive Tackle
No. 71
Notre Dame
"One of Buffalo's most consistent defensive performers, Kadish led the defensive line in total tackles with 60 individual stops and 33 assists and was second to teammate Earl Edwards in sacks with seven. He had a hand in 13 tackles (eight solo, five assists) against Houston- his best single game total.
The Bills sent veteran offensive lineman Irv Goode to Miami in exchange for Kadish in August of 1973. Inactive for the first two regular season games of '73, he wound up with 12 appearances, nine as a regular. He earned his first start against Miami on October 21. Mike was the top draft choice of the Dolphins in 1972 and spent the entire '72 campaign on the Miami taxi squad.
He was an All-America defensive tackle at Notre Dame and a teammate of the Bills' Walt Patulski. Mike led the Irish in tackles with 97 including eight quarterback sacks for 40 yards in losses, and played in the Senior Bowl.
Mike is an avid golfer."

-Buffalo Bills 1975 Yearbook

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