It is Gerald Ford
Gerald Ford was a star on the University of Michigan (Wolverines) football team. He played center and linebacker (a two-way player).
Gerald Ford was a star football player at the University of Michigan and was chosen MVP on the team his senior year. He played center and line-backer. The Wolverines won the National Championship two years that Ford played, 1932 and 1933. He had offers to play pro ball from the Packers and Bears but declined. He went to Yale to be an assistant football coach while he studied law there.Ronald Reagan was a starter at guard his senior year at Eureka College in Eureka Illinois.Dwight Eisenhower was a fullback at West Point and was projected to become a starter until he got hurt in his sophomore year.Richard Nixon was a second-string tackle at Whittier College.John Kennedy played on the freshmen and JV teams at Harvard.
Franklin Roosevelt threw out 9 ceremonial first balls, if you count the 1937 all-star game, while he was President. If you include balls tossed out after he left office, George W. Bush threw out 10 including 4 after he left office.
Gerald Ford was a star college football player and had offers to play pro football but did not take them. No other president was close to professional caliber. ( Pro quarterback Jack Kemp ran for vice-president but did not win.)
President Gerald Ford played football for the University of MichiganGerald Ford
No - but he was a radio sportscaster. He lettered in college football at tiny Eureka College but was not a star player.
US Presidents that played college football Dwight Eisenhower, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon & Ronald Reagan.Dwight Eisenhower- Played footballGerald Ford- played football as a center for The University of Michigan. He was a star football player and was voted the team's "most valuable player" in 1934.Richard Nixon- Was a player on the football for Whittier College, and basketball team, and track runner in his youth.Ronald Reagan- Played football
Bob Sanders, who was a football player, attended school at the University of Iowa.While he was there, he played all 4 years as a College Football star for the University of Iowa.
He went to the University of Michigan where he was a football star.
Gerald ford was an all-American football player for Michigan
Bob Sanders, who was a football player, attended school at the University of Iowa.While he was there, he played all 4 years as a college football star for the University of Iowa.
Mark Harmon, who portrays agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, was a star quarterback at Notre Dame University in the 1970s.
It is Gerald Ford