Jack Kemp was a two-time All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Confernce choice while at Occidental.
Kemp hands off to future Hall of Fame running back O.J. Simpson.
Following his storied pro football career, kemp entered the realm of politics. He served as congressman and cabinet secretary and once ran for the office of Vice President.
Kemp played seven seasons in Buffalo and once held virtually ever club passing record.
Kemp was a QB in five AFL title games, two with San Diego and three in Buffalo.
In 1967 Kemp set a then-club record of 14 TD passes.
Buffalo obtained Kemp off of waivers from San Diego in 1962.
Jack Kemp's 1965 Topps trading card.
Kemp winds up for a pass.
See photos of former great Jack Kemp.