Former USC All-American Bill Fisk Dies

Former USC offensive lineman Bill Fisk, an All-American in 1964, has died, according to Mt. San Antonio College, where he was head coach from 1987-2004. He had a record of 126-64-2 at Mt. SAC.

The school announced Fisk died from prostate cancer. He was 75.

Fisk, who grew up in San Gabriel, was a member of the USC 1962 national championship team and was voted the Trojans’ lineman of the year in 1964. He was also a co-captain in 1964.

His father, Bill, played at USC from 1937-39 and was an assistant coach from 1949-56.

In the picture below of the 1962 USC-Notre Dame game, Fisk (61) is blocking for tailback Willie Brown (26). Also in the photo are John Brownwood (88) and Pete Lubisich (69).

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