Bootleg Radio: Toi Cook

After the tough 38-36 loss to TCU last month, we had the good fortune to hook up with one of the all-time Cardinal Football greats, the one and only Tony Hill. "T" was "the man" for the Cardinal from 1974-76. He finished as the school's all-time leader in receptions, yardage, TD catches, you name it. Read on to hear Tony talk about his experiences at Stanford and his current life in Dallas, Texas.

Bootleg Radio: Toi Cook

The Bootleg proudly presents the second installment of our ground-breaking new series of occasional former player update interviews, conducted at the TCU Homecoming game on October 13, 2007 in the famed Chuck Taylor Grove. 

After the tough 38-36 loss to the TCU Horned Frogs (pause ten seconds to reflect upon what a disappointing, should-have-been-a-win that was! Dang!), I had a chance to chat with long-time NFL defensive back Toi Cook, my old Theta Delta Chi fraternity brother and one of Stanford's most outstanding two-sport athletes. Shy and lacking in confidence (Ha!), Toi was a ball-hawking Cardinal cornerback from 1983 to 1986 (tied for #2 at Stanford in career INTs), a leader on the 1986 Gator Bowl team, as well as a key member of Stanford's 1987 College World Series Championship team. Read on to hear his thoughts on the 2007 Cardinal, the fun of playing two sports, and an update on what "Cookie" is up to these days.

Bootleg Radio: Toi Cook Homecoming Interview - Part I (5:04)

Bootleg Radio: Toi Cook Homecoming Interview - Part II (4:24)



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