Joe Steffy, a Baylor School graduate who won the 1947 Outland Trophy as an Army offensive lineman in 1947, died Saturday at the age of 85 in Newburgh, N.Y., where he had lived for more than half a century. The funeral will be held there Wednesday. A niece of Steffy, Lynn Burrow, lives on Signal Mountain, and nephew Buddy Edging is a Hixson resident. After playing on a Baylor team that lost only one game, Steffy began his college career at Tennessee and helped the Volunteers reach the 1944 Rose Bowl. Then he was drafted into the Army and given the choice of immediate active service or going to West Point. He chose the latter, World War II ended, and he blocked for all-time greats Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis, was himself a two-time All-American and played on two undefeated, national-champion Army teams. He also starred in track and field and wrestling and held an Army shot put record for 33 years. Steffy is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, and he served in the Korean Conflict and earned a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart.