Born: February 16, 1941

A native of Burlington Junction, MO, Bill Tobin’s collegiate football career started at the University of Missouri, where he lettered from 1960-1962 on teams that had a cumulative record of 26-3-3. A halfback and kicker, Tobin was the MVP of Missouri’s 14-10 win over Georgia Tech in the 1962 Bluebonnet Bowl. He was the Houston Oilers Rookie of the Year in 1963. Tobin got his pro football front office start working under his college coach Dan Devine with the Green Bay Packers in 1971. After the Packers, he spent time with the Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts and Detroit Lions. Bill was elected to the University of Missouri Hall of Fame in 1997.