Kentucky quarterback Babe Parilli dies at 87

Kentucky quarterback Babe Parilli dies at 87

Kentucky quarterback Babe Parilli dies at 87

Vito "Babe" Parilli, a Super Bowl-winning quarterback and member of the 1960s All-Decade Team, died at the age of 87, the New England Patriots announced Saturday.

Parilli entered the National Football League as Green Bay's first-round pick, fourth overall, in the 1952 draft out of Kentucky, where he QB'd the Wildcats under Paul "Bear" Bryant and was an All-American and two-time Heisman Trophy fnalist. " In 1982, Parilli was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame for his collegiate career under Bear Bryant at the University of Kentucky and in 1993, he was inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame".

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Vito "Babe" Parilli threw a pass in 1965.

Parilli was a two-time First Team All-American, Heisman Trophy nominee while leading the Wildcats to appearances in the Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl and Cotton Bowl.

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Parilli was the fourth overall pick by the Green Bay Packers in 1952. He was an All-Pro in 1964, he won Comeback Player of the Year honors in 1966, and all three of his All-Star selections came when he was with the franchise.

As a member of the New York Jets in 1968, Parilli backed up Joe Namath during Gang Green's Super Bowl run, throwing for 401 yards and five touchdowns during the campaign. He was also named to the All-AFL 10 Year Anniversary Team in 1971.

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After his playing days, Parilli got to work as a coach, spending a year as an assistant with the Steelers before becoming head coach of the New York Stars and later the Chicago Winds of the World Football League. He later coached six different Arena Football League teams.

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