Babe Parilli, Bear Bryant's first championship QB, dead at age 87

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Vito "Babe" Parilli, former pro-football quarterback, has died, according to an announcement made by the New England Patriots on Saturday, July 15, 2017.

Parilli lettered three years at quarterback for the Wildcats and set Kentucky records for touchdowns with 50, leading United Kingdom to wins over Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl and TCU in the Cotton Bowl. Parilli was named the Most Valuable Player in the 1951 College All-Star Game. He earned consensus All-American honors in 1950 and 1951 and led the Wildcats to victories in the 1951 Sugar Bowl and 1952 Cotton Bowl. The Green Bay Packers originally drafted the Kentucky product. He played six seasons in the National Football League, then another 10 years in the AFL. Parilli completed 331 of his 592 passes for 4,351 career yards in three years as Kentucky's quarterback while also leading the team to an SEC championship.

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At Kentucky, Parilli was a two-time all-American quarterback under Paul "Bear" Bryant.

Vince Lombardi cutting ties with Parilli allowed the journeyman to take his talents to the AFL, where he played for the Browns, Jets and Raiders. Parilli's playing career ended with the Jets, where he won a ring as Joe Namath's backup in Super Bowl III.

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Parilli's love of football never waned, and after watching this year's national championship game between Alabama and Clemson, Parilli said, "Best game I ever saw in the college playoffs".

Following his playing career he coached in the World Football League and Arena Football League in a coaching career that lasted from 1973 - 1997.

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