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THE OFFICIAL SITE OF

MIKE BASS

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"Lombardi said, 'Act like you've been there before' always kept me from embarrassing another player as a result of something I had done. Those that I played against were pros, and where respect is received, it should be given, which would not let me be demonstrative because of my success or his failure." ..... Mike Bass

#41 NFL Statistics

GAMES PLAYED

104

GAMES STARTED

104

INTERCEPTIONS

30

YARDS

478

KICK RETURNS

8

KICK RETURNED YARDS

LONGEST INT RETURN

68

FUMBLES RECOVERED

6

TOUCHDOWNS

3

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MIKE BASS #41 

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Welcome Washington and National Football League Fans!

Come share some memorable achievements and nostalgia that I know will make you a more devoted fan to NFL Football... the world's number one spectator sport.

In this Mike Bass website, you will have the opportunity to visit with one of the premier defensive backs ever to play for the Washington Football team.

 

Here, you'll be able to get Personally Autographed Photos, Jerseys, Helmets, the Mike Bass Career Video, and other autographed memorabilia. And, if that’s not enough, check Mike's availability for Personal Appearances.

 

Also, in this web site, you'll learn about Mike’s Family, his football Career Statistics, his Hall of Fame coaches, Vince Lombardi and George Allen, and even his selection as a Member of Washington Football Team 70 Greatest of All Time.

 

PORTFOLIO

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career

1945

Born in Ypsilanti, Michigan

1963-1967

University of Michigan

Bachelor of Arts in Education,

Psychology Major

1965

Rose Bowl

1967

Packers 12th round draft pick

Starts Pro career as a Packer then sold to Detroit the same year.

1969

Signed with Redskins and Coach Vince Lombardi

Starts Pro career as a Packer then sold to Detroit the same year.

1967

College All-Star

1968

Activated from Lion cab Squad

On Detroit Cab Squad

1971

Led the team in interceptions

8 Interceptions, second best in the NFC and

tied for 3rd in the NEL.

1972

Super Bowl VII Touchdown

Scored the first Redskin touchdown in a Super Bowl when he recovered a fumble by Miami Dolphin kicker, Garo Yepremian and returned it for a 49-yard touchdown

1972

Returned blocked goal for a Touchdown

Returned a blocked field goal 32 yards for a Touchdown against the St. Louis Cardinals on a Jim Bakken field goal attempt

1974

Best Season in Pro-Football

Returned an interception for a touchdown against the Giants and being named to the All NFC Ist team by the Associated Press, UPI, and Sporting News and named to the AIl-NFL 2nd team by the Associated Press.

1973

5 Interceptions, 3rd most in the NFC

1974

1st Team All-NFC
2nd Team All-NFL

1976

Retires from Pro-Football

Mike Bass retired from the Washington Football Team during the 1976 training camp, having been the starting right corner back since 1969 when Vince Lombardi inserted him in the line-up. During his career, he played 104 consecutive games, gave up only 8 touchdown passes, scored 6 touchdowns (4 by interceptions), and was considered one of the smartest cornerbacks in the NFL. Apparently, Vince Lombardi saw something in Mike Bass that the Detroit Lions just couldn't see.