-From Omaha, NE, attended Omaha North High School where he was All-City in football and baseball. Bob was selected Omaha Prep Athlete of the Year in 1963.
-Inducted to into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame in 1989
-First Team All-Big 8 Conference quarterback in 1966
-Team co-captain in 1966
-Set 14 passing records during his careers
-led the Big 8 in passing yardage in 1964 and 1966, and in passing efficiency in 1966
-Played baseball for Nebraska his junior and senior year earning All-American and All-Big 8 honors playing third base
-Won the Big 8 batting title in the 1965 season
-Played professional baseball in the Atlanta Braves organization
-Career football statistics: passed for 2,484 yards and 15 touchdowns, 9 rushing touchdowns
PETE TATMAN, #48, Fullback, 1964-66
-From North Platte, NE, attended North Platte High School where he was All-State in football and helped the Bulldogs win the !962 Class A State Championship. He was coached by Crump Redding (father of former Husker Dave Redding (1971-75).
-One of Nebraska football’s best-ever blocking backs. His performance against Oklahoma in 1965 was one of the most sensational blocking days ever logged by a Cornhusker back.
-Played defense as a sophomore.
-Drafted in the 10th round in the 1967 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings
-Career football statistics: rushed for 720 yards and 11 touchdowns
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