Bob Schieffer has received virtually every award in broadcast journalism, but the greatest honor was bestowed upon him in March 2005 when his alma mater, Texas Christian University, created the Schieffer School of Journalism.
Bobby Flay's culinary versatility is evident in the multiple talents he brings to the field: as a critically-acclaimed chef/restaurateur, award-winning cookbook author and television personality.
Future Hall of Famer Charles Barkley brought vitality, attitude and a host of skills to professional basketball, maturing into one of the league's most respected, awe-inspiring and recognizable individuals.
ESPN's Chris Berman is one of sports television's brightest and most recognizable personalities. Twice the versatile Berman has been selected the National Sportscaster of the Year (1989-1990) by the members of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Fouts was named the American Football Conference player of the year by The Sporting News and United Press International in 1979 and by UPI in 1982, when he was selected as the NFL player of the year by the Professional Football Writers Association.
After a 29-year racing career, Darrell Waltrip's NASCAR journey continues in 2001 as a full-time NASCAR on FOX television commentator, doing what some say he does best: talk. Soon after Waltrip joined the Winston Cup circuit at the 1972 Winston 500, he earned the nickname "Jaws" for keeping his big mouth open despite failing to win his first race until his 50th start.
Every four years the Olympic Games produce a new group of champions, but only rarely does one of these champions transcend their sport to completely capture our imaginations. Such was the case when nineteen year old figure skater Dorothy Hamill won her Gold Medal at the 1976 Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria.
For over 22 years, Doug Flutie's name has been synonymous with excellence in college and professional football. Named College Football Player of the Year in 1984, Doug set NCAA career records for passing yards and total offense.
EYEMARK Entertainment takes a fresh approach to daytime syndication's most established genre - creating a talk show that offers solutions - with its national launch of the daily series Dr. Joy Browne on September 13, 1999.
E.J. Dionne, Jr. is a widely syndicated Washington Post columnist,a regular political analyst for National Public Radio and a frequent guest on the Chris Matthews Show, the Tim Russert Show and This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
Fran Drescher is an actress known for her starring roles on "The Nanny" and "Happily Divorced." She is also a cancer survivor and an awareness and prevention advocate.
As the winner of seven Emmy Awards and the prestigious Peabody Award, Geraldo Rivera is known for his hard-hitting investigative reports and his timely analyses.
Former Los Angeles Raiders defensive end Howie Long began his network sports television career in 1994 as an NFL studio analyst for "Fox NFL Sunday." Howie is regarded as one of the top NFL analysts, having received an Emmy Award as Outstanding Sports Personality/Analyst.
Lynda Carter (born Lynda Jean Cordoba Carter on July 24, 1951, in Phoenix, Arizona) is an American actress. She is best known as the star of the 1970s fantasy adventure TV series Wonder Woman.
If there was a record in tennis, chances are Martina Navratilova broke it. By the time of her retirement, she had acquired more tournament titles than any man or woman in tennis history, winning at least one tour event for 21 consecutive years. She dominated the scene in the 1980s and is the game's all-time money winner. Martina boasts two winning streaks: 74 singles matches and 109 in doubles with Pam Shriver.
To the chants and screams of thousands across the nation, Mia Hamm and her U.S. team played and won the 1999 Women's World Cup. Featured in Women's Soccer World Magazine and Sports Illustrated, named the Women's Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year (1997), and one of the "50 Most Beautiful People" in People Magazine (1997), she now dominates the growing world of women's sport.
The enthusiastic captain who led the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team to its gold medal victory, Eruzione served as a sportscaster for both the 1984 and the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.
Founded Susan G. Komen for the Cure in 1982 in honor of her sister Susan who passed away from breast cancer; Goodwill Ambassador for Cancer Control for the United Nations' World Health Organization
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