Before becoming a standout with the New England Patriots, Sam Cunningham built his football legacy at the University of Southern California. As a sports icon in Southern California, he is sure to be well received on Friday at the Pasadena Quarterbacks Club.
The luncheon takes place at 11 a.m. at the University Club near Old Town Pasadena. The event includes a lunch buffet and costs $25 for members and $35 for non-members.
Cunningham will share stories from his iconic career. South Pasadena coach Jim Chi and Monrovia coach Jerry Chou will also speak.
Cunningham was an All-American for the Trojans in 1972. He scored four touchdowns in the 1973 Rose Bowl and USC won the national championship.
Cunningham scored two touchdowns in a game against Alabama in 1970 and is credited with helping convince Crimson Tide coach Bear Bryant to integrate Southern football. The Patriots went on to select him in the first round of the 1973 NFL Draft.
Cunningham rushed for over 5,000 yards and scored 49 total touchdowns in his career. He is a member of the New England Patriots Hall of Fame, College Football Hall of Fame and the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame.
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