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Jim Stillwagon
Date of birth: February 11, 1949 (1949-02-11) (age 60)
Place of birth: Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Career information
Position(s): Defensive tackle
College: Ohio State
NFL Draft: 1971 / Round: 5 / Pick 124
(By the Green Bay Packers)
 As player:
1971-1975 Toronto Argonauts
Career highlights and awards
CFL All-Star: 1971, 1972, 1974
Awards: 1970 Outland Trophy
1970 Lombardi Award
1970 UPI Lineman of the Year
Ohio State Football All-Century Team
College Football Hall of Fame

Jim Stillwagon (born February 11, 1949 in Mt. Vernon, Ohio) is a former all star American college football player and Canadian Football League player.

Stillwagon was a three-year starter with the Ohio State Buckeyes. He was a consensus All-America selection as a junior and senior, and won the Outland Trophy and was the first-ever winner of the Lombardi Award. He also won the 1970 UPI Lineman of the Year. Stillwagon was one of the so-called Super Sophomores of 1968, guiding the Buckeyes to an undefeated season and a consensus national championship. Stillwagon and the other Super Sophomores finished their college careers with a record of 27-2.

Stillwagon was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round (124th pick) of the 1971 NFL Draft, but turned north to Canada for a pro career. In five years in the Canadian Football League (1971-1975) with the Toronto Argonauts, Stillwagon was a three time all star. He was runner up for the CFL's Most Outstanding Defensive Player Award in 1972.

Stillwagon was honoured at the September 11, 2009 home game of the Toronto Argonauts as the newest addition to the team's list of All-Time Argos.

Stillwagon has three daughters named Electra, Nicole, and Angela.

Preceded by
Mike Reid
Outland Trophy Winners
Succeeded by
Larry Jacobson
Preceded by
first award
Lombardi Award Winners
Succeeded by
Walt Patulski
Preceded by
Jim Otis
Ohio State Buckeyes
Football Season MVP

Succeeded by
Tom DeLeone

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