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Eric Karros '93, baseball — .365 Bruin career batting average ranks No. 2 all time; led team junior season in hits, home runs, RBIs and batting average (.415); 1992 NL Rookie of the Year.

Ken Norton Jr., football — first team All-American and team Defensive MVP in 1987; only player in NFL history to play on three consecutive Super Bowl championship teams.

Tom Ramsey '87, football — held most single-season, career-passing and total-offense records before McNown; led nation in passing efficiency as senior; and was Rose Bowl MVP in upset over Michigan.

Art Reichle '41, baseball coach — football letterman, rugby letterman and All-Pacific Coast pitcher, 1934-1936; head baseball coach, 1946-1974, with 740 wins.

Cy Young, track — set U.S. record in javelin and won UCLA's first track and field gold medal in '52 Olympics, setting Olympic record.

- B.J.V.

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