STATISTICS & HISTORY
Bob Shaw lettered three times each in football, basketball and track at Ross High School in Fremont, Ohio. He was first team All-Ohio in both football and basketball. Shaw attended Ohio State University where he lettered in football, basketball and track. Playing right end, on both offense and defense, Shaw was part of the Buckeyes’ first NCAA National Championship team in 1942 and was named a first-team All American for that season. After service in World War II, he began his professional career in both basketball and football. He played football in the fall for the Cleveland Rams in the National Football League. In the spring, He joined the National Basketball League spending time with both the Cleveland and Youngstown teams. Shaw spent six years in the NFL and two years in the Canadian Football League before he retired after the 1952 season. Over the next two decades, Shaw remained active in football as a coach in both the NFL and CFL.
|BOB SHAW||Height:||6:04||Weight:||225||College:||Ohio State’43|
|Robert J. Shaw||Born: May 22, 1921||Died: Apr 10, 2011||Hometown:||Fremont, Oh.|
|Played Profesional Football||REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1940-41||Ohio State (Frosh)||College|
|1942-45||U.S. Army||Military Service|
|Major League Totals||21||49||43||141||6.7|