Jimmy Gunn, an All-American end who was part of
Gunn played for the Trojans from 1967 to 1969. He was All-American as a senior and was selected by the
He played seven pro seasons for the Bears,
At USC, the 6-foot-1, 210-pound Gunn was known for his speed and quickness. He teamed with end Charles Weaver, tackles Al Cowlings and Tody Smith and middle guards Willard "Bubba" Scott and Tony Terry to form the Wild Bunch. Named for the Sam Peckinpah Western film, the unit helped the Trojans finish 10-0-1 in 1969.
Gunn was born Nov. 27, 1948, in Augusta, Ark., and played football at Lincoln High School in San Diego.
After retiring from football he had a business career and became a real estate developer, USC said.
Gunn is survived by his sister, Willetta Bocage, and his fiancee, Mary Watkins.