John Rauch, Dave Kocourek

**FILE** In this Dec. 23, 1968 file photo, Oakland Raiders coach John Rauch, right, celebrates with Dave Kocourek (88) after the Raiders beat the Kansas City Chiefs 41-6 to advance to the American Football League championship. Rauch, the former Georgia quarterback who coached the Raiders to a berth in the second Super Bowl, died Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at his home in Oldsmar, Fla. He was 80. (AP Photo)

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Kocourek, who was a tight end at Wisconsin in the late 1950s, played in Super Bowl II with the Oakland Raiders. 

Playing special teams, he had one kick return for 0 yards in the Raiders' 33-14 loss to Green Bay. 

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