1960s Football Cards of CFL's Bob Golic

Bob Golic, father of NFL Pro Bowl player Bob (Robert Perry) Golic, ESPN personality Mike Golic, and Greg Golic passed away due to heart failure the family announced Saturday morning, June 29th, 2013.

The native of Willowick, Ohio proudly served his country as a member of the United States Marines.

The elder Bob Golic played college football for Indiana University in 1954 and 1955. Golic then had a 7 year career in the Canadian Football League, with the Montreal Alouttes in 1956, the Hamilton Tigercats in 1956 and 1957, and Saskatchewan Roughriders from 1958 through 1962.

Away from the football field, the elder Bob Golic also worked for years as a union brick mason.


NBC's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Attempting To Host
20th Anniversary Reunion Show For "Saved By The Bell"

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - Reunion - Saved By The Bell 20th Anniversary Where does the time go?

Yes, it has been nearly 20 years since the "Bell" first rang at Bayside High School and millions of television viewers were introduced to Zack Morris, A.C. Slater, Jessie Spano, Kelly Kapowski, Screech, and the rest of the gang.

Fast forward to 2009 when NBC (the original network home of "Saved By The Bell") has a fresh lineup at the end of its weeknight broadcast schedule.

Saved By The Bell - The College Years - Bob Golic as Mike Rogers, Resident Assistant The newest show is the hour-long "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" at 12:35 every Monday through Friday on Cleveland's WKYC-TV 3.

As fate would have it, Jimmy Fallon is a long-time fan of "Saved By The Bell".

Jimmy Fallon's team, headed up by writer Mike DiCenzo, has an effort underway to host a 20th Anniversary Reunion of "Saved By The Bell" on a future episode of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon".

A number of "Saved By The Bell" cast members have already committed to the project and DiCenzo has even been in communication with a certain "resident advisor" to the students during their "College Years" at California University.

If you would like to see the Saved By The Bell reunion come to the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show, you can sign a petition at the show's website by clicking HERE.

Bob Golic - Cleveland Magazine's Most Interesting People 2009

Cleveland Magazine Names
Bob Golic As One Of Their
"Most Interesting People 2009"

The January, 2009 issue of Cleveland Magazine has named Bob Golic one of its "Most Interesting People 2009".

Bob's diverse background overlaps several of the categories that his fellow "Most Interesting People" fall under. The 2009 roster includes actress Monica Potter; professional athlete Cliff Lee; media members Danita Harris, Maureen Kyle, Doris O'Donnell, and John Petkovic; and restaurant industry members Twyla Garrett, Jonathon Sawyer, and Matt Swingos.

Cleveland Magazine's profile of Bob Golic may be found by clicking here.

Others included on the list of "Most Interesting People 2009" are Rick Baron, Raymond Bobgan, Marlee & Steve Brown, Cinda Chima, Shannon Davis, Jorge Delgado, John Ewing, Maribeth Flowers, Marcia Fudge, Kevin Kerwin & Kate O'Neil, Alia Kate, George Kwan, Toby Maloney, Van Monroe, Heather Moore, Luther Norman, Marie Pujana, Ellen Rudolph, Marc Stolarsky, and Scott Webster.


Bob Golic Receives Top 5 Ranking On
'Best Mullets In Sports History' List
Compiled By CampusSqueeze.com

With this kind of recognition, can induction into the
Pro Football Hall of Fame really be that far away?

On June 18, 2008 Campus Squeeze and its website CampusSqueeze.com released its list of "12 Of The Best Mullets In Sports History".

Ranking #5 on the list is none other than Bob Golic.

Here is how Campus Squeeze described him.

5.) Bob Golic

Did you just ask if that's the guy from "Saved by the Bell-The College Years"? If you did, then you're right.

Bob Golic acted in a bunch of shows after his 13-year football career ended, and we can only assume his outstanding choice of haircut had something to do with it.

For the complete list of CampusSqueze.com's "12 Of The Best Mullets In Sports History", visit their website by clicking here.

Ex-Browns Lineman Bob Golic Tackles
A Diet and Loses 140 Pounds In 8 Months

Cleveland Plain Dealer Cleveland Plain Dealer - May 16, 2008

Former Cleveland Browns giant Bob Golic remembers the moment he knew he needed to become less gigantic.

"I was at my kid's baseball tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina," he said...

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