36. Roger Staubach, football

He set 28 records at Navy, led the Midshipmen to two victories over Army and quarterbacked his 9-1 team to the 1964 Cotton Bowl, losing to No. 1 Texas. The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVSPR000087" title="Heisman Trophy" href="/topic/sports/football/college-football/heisman-trophy-EVSPR000087.topic">Heisman Trophy</a> winner as a junior, Staubach completed 63 percent of his passes while in college and threw just 19 interceptions in 463 attempts. After a hitch in Vietnam, he led the Dallas Cowboys to two <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVSPR000004" title="Super Bowl" href="/topic/sports/football/super-bowl-EVSPR000004.topic">Super Bowl</a> wins. He's enshrined in two (pro and college) halls of fame.

( Baltimore Sun file photo / December 12, 1963 )

He set 28 records at Navy, led the Midshipmen to two victories over Army and quarterbacked his 9-1 team to the 1964 Cotton Bowl, losing to No. 1 Texas. The Heisman Trophy winner as a junior, Staubach completed 63 percent of his passes while in college and threw just 19 interceptions in 463 attempts. After a hitch in Vietnam, he led the Dallas Cowboys to two Super Bowl wins. He's enshrined in two (pro and college) halls of fame.

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