As we noted before, former Chiefs players going into their college hall of fame is a staple of our offseason coverage considering nothing else is going on. Today is no different.
Former Chief E.J. Holub is entering the Texas Tech Ring of Honor.
Interesting line from his bio, via Texas Tech: "...is the only player in history to start two Super Bowls at two different positions (started Super Bowl I at linebacker and Super Bowl IV at center)."
I did not know that.
The rest of his bio,via Texas Tech:
Nicknamed "The Beast" ... one of three Red Raiders to have his jersey formally retired at Texas Tech ... Texas Tech's first inductee into the National Football Foundation's College Football Hall of Fame (1986) ... First-Team All-American in 1959 and 1960 ... finished 10th in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1960 ... Texas Tech's first All-Southwest Conference honoree in 1960 ... named to the Street & Smith's 50th Anniversary Team ... selected to the play in the Coaches All-American Game, The Chicago Tribune All-Stars Game and the East-West Shrine Game ... was a first-round draft pick by the AFL's Dallas Texans and a second-round draft choice by the NFL's Dallas Cowboys ... inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1977 ... was an AFL All-Star in 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965 and 1966 ... is the only player in history to start two Super Bowls at two different positions (started Super Bowl I at linebacker and Super Bowl IV at center) ... won a world championship with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1970 ... inducted into the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Honor in 1976 ... played 10 seasons of professional football with the Dallas Texans (1961-1962) and the Kansas City Chiefs (1963-1970).