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Chuck Muncie RIP

Golden Bear forever RIP
You were a true competitor - RIP sir.
RIP


RIP Chuck Munching
I'm sure most in here are way too young to remember the 1975 California Bears football team that tied for the Pac 8 title. They were lead by 2 incredible football players.. QB Joe Roth who tragically died of cancer the next year and the great Chuck Muncie. Muncie was an absolute beast as a running back and should have won the Heisman that year (finished 2nd to Archie Griffin). Huge and fast.

Sadly, he had major drug issues that shortened his NFL career.

RIP Chuck.
He was a true bada** on the flugelhorn.









RIP Chuck Mangione
[ Edited by DelCed2486 on May 14, 2013 at 5:13 PM ]
Traumatic head injuries claims another football player. An acquaintance of the deceased, one Lucy Van Pelt, is being sought as a person of interest.







RIP Chuck Brown
The 1981 Chargers offense was one of the best ever in NFL history. Chuck Muncie and James Brooks were quite a tandem. They played the Bengals in the AFC Championship in weather that was listed at -37 with wind chill. The Niners and Chargers would've been a fun Super Bowl.

RIP
Chuck Hairpiece
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
The 1981 Chargers offense was one of the best ever in NFL history. Chuck Muncie and James Brooks were quite a tandem. They played the Bengals in the AFC Championship in weather that was listed at -37 with wind chill. The Niners and Chargers would've been a fun Super Bowl.

Don't forget that half of their front four ended up playing on the 80's 49ers. But yeah throw in Hank Bauer as well, and Kellen Winslow and of course Wes Chandler and that was one hell of a team. RIP Muncie!
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I remember him on the Chargers and his black rim glasses or whatever those things where.........RIP
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RIP Chuck