Football, inducted in 1986
His first catch as a sophmore was for a touchdown. When that season (1967) ended, Parks had caught79 passes for 1294 yards and 12 TDs. Injured much of his senior year, Parks finished with 169 career catches for 2919 yards and 22 TDs. After sitting out one season, Parks played five years in the NFL (San Diego, Dallas, Houston). He led the NFL in receiving in 10 games (41 catches) as a rookie in 1971 before being sidelined with a broken arm.
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Player of the Week
McCaughan Throws Complete Game At Pepperdine
Junior Darren McCaughan tossed a complete game, allowing two hits on Saturday as the Dirtbags earned a 2-1 win at Pepperdine. McCaughan retired the final 21 batters he faced, finishing with seven strikeouts in his second career complete game.
NEXT GAME: Tuesday, March 21 at San Diego State
LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Anna Kim, Women's Basketball