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Bob Grim

Bob Grim  - Football

 Bob Grim played a key role in helping Oregon State reach the 1965 Rose Bowl and then played 11 years in the NFL.
Born in 1945, Grim grew up in Red Bluff, Calif., and moved to Oregon State as a 6-foot halfback and kick returner. As a sophomore, Oregon State tied USC atop the Athletic Association of Western Universities standings and was voted into the Rose Bowl. Grim was voted to the Coaches All-America Bowl. As a junior, Grim played in the East-West Shrine Game, and the following season in the Senior Bowl, where he was named Outstanding Back.

Selected in the second round by Minnesota in the 1967 NFL Draft, Grim played 11 seasons as a receiver with the Vikings, New York Giants and Chicago Bears. He played in Super Bowl IV and XI, both with Minnesota, and finished with 194 receptions for 2,914 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Grim was inducted to the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1990 and the Oregon State Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991.