Bill Zock

Bill Zock was an outstanding offensive guard whose playing career stretched over 18 years from 1937 to 1954.  Zock started his career with the Toronto Argonauts in 1937 and played with them until 1941 before moving to play for Toronto Balmy Bach in the ORFU for three years from 1942 to 1944 during the war when the Argos and the IRFU suspended operations.  Zock returned to the Argos in 1945 and played another 5 seasons with the Argos until 1949.  After one year out of football, Zock returned to the CFL with Edmonton and played four seasons with the Eskimos from 1951 to 1954.  Zock was an East All-Star in 1946 and 1947 (there were no All-Canadians until 1962),  Zock played on six Grey Cup winners, 5 with Toronto ( (1937, 1938, 1945, 1946 and 1947) with Tornonto and one with Edmonton (1954).  In 2008, Zock was named to the Toronto all time All-Star team.  Zock was elected to the Canadian Football Hall-Of-Fame in 1984.

HOF Article on Bill Zock

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Yeas Played and Teams
Year Team GP
1937 TOR
1938 TOR
1939 TOR
1940 TOR
1941 TOR
1942 TBB
1943 TBB
1944 TBB
1945 TOR
1946 TOR
1947 TOR
1948 TOR
1949 TOR
1951 EDM
1952 EDM  
1953 EDM  
1954 EDM  


Picture from Canadian Football HOF