Former Mississippi State All-American Tom Goode died Thursday.Former Mississippi State football All-American and assistant coach Tom Goode died Thursday at age 76. Goode, a native of West Point, played for the Bulldogs from 1958-60. Goode earned a starting spot at center and linebacker in 1958. He earned All-Southeastern Conference honors in his first two seasons with the Bulldogs. In 1960, he was named the first Kodak All-American in school history. Goode played in the Blue-Gray All-Star Classic, Coaches All-America game and the Senior Bowl following his 1960 senior season. He was selected by the Houston Oilers in the second round of the 1961 AFL Draft and chosen by the Detroit Lions in the 17th round of the 1961 NFL Draft. Goode played four seasons (1962-65) at center and linebacker for the Oilers, including an appearance in the 1962 championship game. In 1966, he signed with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. He played in every game for the Dolphins from 1966-69 and was voted the squad’s most valuable player in 1967. In his final year in Miami, 1969, Goode made his first Pro Bowl appearance. He joined the Baltimore Colts in 1970 — his final professional season. The Colts faced the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V. With 10 seconds remaining and the game tied 13-13, Jim O’Brien converted Goode’s snap with a 32-yard field goal to give the Colts the Super Bowl V victory. He became the first former MSU player to win a Super Bowl ring and finished his nine-year NFL career with 55 starts and 113 games played.Goode coached for 33 years after his playing days. He returned to Starkville in 1972 and served as offensive line coach (1972-75; 1986-88) and offensive coordinator (1984-85). He also had stints with the Calgary Stampeders, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Alabama. Goode most recently served as athletic director and football coach at East Mississippi Community College from 1991-2003. A 1960 graduate of Mississippi State, Goode was elected into the Mississippi State Sports Hall of Fame in 1976 and to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 1990.Contact Michael Bonner @email@example.com. Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.