Reginald Alfred "Reggie" Bush II (born March 2, 1985 in San Diego, California), nicknamed "The President," alluding to George W. Reggie Bush, is an American football player who plays for the New Orleans Saints and formerly for the University of Southern California (USC).
Known for his flair and humor, Rich Eisen - Lead Anchor on the NFL Network and former host of ESPN's flagship program, SportsCenter - is one of television's most popular sports personalities.
Gannon attended St. Joe's Prep (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and won three varsity letters each in football and crew, and twice in basketball.Gannon attended the University of Delaware.
Rocky is in demand as a professional speaker, motivating audiences in a wide variety of organizations and corporations. Rocky sees parallels between the challenges he faced in the past and the challenges all business people face in today's crowded, competitive marketplace, and that is the central message he delivers. His presentation - Be the Best You Can Be - motivates audiences to keep on striving for greater accomplishments. Rocky is a dynamic speaker, using real life stories with a warm, self-reflective humor that audiences can relate to.
Rod Woodson is a former American football defensive back, best known for his 10-year stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers as well as being a key member of the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XXXV championship season.
Following an outstanding career at Youngstown State University, which included impressive performances in the Senior Bowl and the Ohio Shrine Bowl games, Jaworski became a second round draft choice of the Los Angeles Rams in 1973.
Ronnie Lott, an All-America from Southern California, was the San Francisco 49ers' first round draft pick and the eighth player chosen overall in the 1981 National Football League Draft. The 6-0, 203-pound defensive back made an immediate impression and was named the starting left cornerback from his first day in training camp.
After leading the club through the most successful and memorable year in franchise history, Sean Payton enters his second season as head coach of the New Orleans Saints. In 2006, Payton directed the Saints to a division title, the NFC Championship Game and was the unanimous choice for NFL Coach of the Year.
His seven-year NFL career as a receiver with the Green Bay Packers to become a studio analyst with ESPN, where he worked for eight years before the network declined to renew his contract. Sterling Sharpe now works for the NFL Network as a studio analyst.
He quickly revived the lifeline of a once-proud tradition which had stumbled to record just three wins in a 25-game period two-plus seasons prior to his arrival.
Steve Largent served over seven years as a Member of the United States Congress, representing the First Congressional District. He was the Vice-Chairman of the Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee and also served on the Telecommunications Subcommittee, the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee and the Environment and Hazardous Materials Subcommittee.
Terry Bowden is a dynamic motivational and inspirational speaker who also happens to be incredibly funny. Unlike so many speakers that make a living by telling people how to be a success, Terry Bowden has made a living by being a success.
Wherever he has played, Tim Brown has proven to be quite a catch. From being named the 1987 Heisman Trophy winner as an all-America at Notre Dame, to grabbing a handful of Oakland Raider records and being recognized as an eight-time Pro Bowl pick, Brown has been at the top of his sport at every level of competition he has played.
Tom Jackson spent three seasons as a linebacker for the Cardinals leading the team in tackles all three campaigns and earning all-Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year honors in 1970 and 1972.
As head coach of the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers for 25 years, Osborne took his team to a bowl game every year, won three national championships in the last four years he coached, and ended his career boasting an 84 percent winning record...
A native of Camden, Arkansas, Tommy Tuberville played football in high school and lettered as free safety at Southern Arkansas University where he played from 1972-1976.
Dorsett piled up some incredible numbers as a college and professional running back. He was the first player in NCAA history to rush for more than 1,000 yards in each of four seasons at the University of Pittsburgh, where he gained a record 6,082 yards and scored 58 touchdowns in 1,133 attempts. As a junior in 1975, Dorsett gained 303 yards in 23 attempts against Notre Dame.
A true character, Goose entered 1999 with 126 games played including 106 starts, having 570 career stops, 17.5 QB sacks, nine forced fumbles, seven recoveries and 22 batted passes. Goose also started for five seasons for the Colts at RDT, as Indianapolis made the playoffs in his last two campaigns (1995 and 1996).
I was pretty selfish growing up, looking out for number one. I did anything to become more popular. Playing football and even going to church were just more ways to be popular. Both were self-serving.
Vincent Thomas Lombardi is arguably the greatest football coach of all time, and is on the short list of history's greatest coaches, regardless of sport.
Vinny Testaverde, the incomparable quarterback of the University of Miami, is the 52nd winner of college football's premier individual award, The Heisman Trophy.
The son of a Vietnam War purple heart recipient, Wayne Chrebet was born into a blue collar football tradition in New Jersey where he still lives with his wife Amy and two sons
Named Executive Producer of NBA Inside Stuff and NBA Entertainment-produced specials in March 1998, Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Ahmad Rashad has hosted Inside Stuff on NBC since 1998. Rashad is also a host for the NBA on NBC studio show.
The 55th winner of the Heisman Trophy is the gifted passing quarterback of the University of Houston, André Ware. Ware is a junior and the first Cougar football player to win the college sport's most coveted individual award.
Youngest quarterback to lead a team to the Super Bowl championship. Has lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to 3 Super Bowls in 6 Seasons
Former coach Bill Curry joined ESPN in 1997 as a college football game analyst. His primary assignment is the Big Ten Game of the Week on ESPN (with Dave Barnett handling play-by-play), along with selected bowl games. His knowledge and easy-going manner have translated effectively into the broadcast booth, where he's been well-received by fans and media alike.
Billy Sims of The University of Oklahoma became the sixth junior to win the coveted Heisman Memorial Trophy Award. Sims was the nation's leading rusher and scorer for 1978, averaging 160.1 yards and 10.9 points.
Nebraska fan or casual observer of the Cornhusker football program has heard Head Coach Bo Pelini use that phrase to describe his guiding philosophy for his team to be a success.
Brandon Stokley (born June 23, 1976 in Blacksburg, Virginia) is an American football player who currently plays wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL.
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