Robert Victor Sullivan "Bull Cyclone"

Born: December 10, 1919

Died: September 8, 1970

Hometown: Aliceville, AL

Year of Induction: 1984


College Career

Union University (1941)

• LIttle All-American (’42)

• Aloha Bowl

Peabody College (1956)
Mississippi State (1966)

• Masters Degree in Anthropology


Coaching Career

Oregon (1948-1949)
East Mississippi Community College for 16 years

• Produced 31 Jr. College All-Americas and coached over 200 players

• Coached 3 Jr. College Baseball Champions

• Record: 97 Wins, 62 Losses, 3 Ties


Did You Know?

The longest feature article in Sports Illustrated history, authored by Frank Deford, was about Bull Sullivan in the April 30, 1984 issue.

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