The Super Bowl is so much more than a game. Many say the game is actually an afterthought. The Super Bowl is a sales and revenue machine. If you don’t believe it, just visit the NFL Experience, the small city that always forms just outside the stadium at every Super Bowl. Bill Coates reports from [...]
Matthew Stafford left a little history in Tyler. In 2005′s State 4-A championship, he led the Highland Park Scots of Dallas to a 59 -0 rout of the Marshall Mavericks. Thirty nine games at the University of Georgia later — including 28 touchdown passes in 2008, a school record — he is expected to go [...]
The Cowboys are in the longest post-season drought in the club’s 48 year history. We talked with NFL greats including Joe Montana, Roger Staubach, Michael Irvin and others about why the Cowboys haven’t been able to get it done in post-season play.
He played in five Super Bowls and won two of them. And he’s a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Roger Staubach, who played for the Cowboys from 1969 to 1979, talked with David Smoak in the Super Bowl Media Center in Tampa.
Radio Row as a part of major media events was born at Super Bowl XXVII in Los Angeles. David Smoak and KTBB were there then. We’re here at Super Bowl XLIII now. David Smoak shares his thoughts on the evolution of Radio Row.
The Cowboys are not in the Super Bowl, and they haven’t been in a long time. Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten joined David Smoak on Radio Row to talk about the disappointing 2008 season and what is to come in the Cowboys’ future.
In the 1981 NFC Championship game against the Dallas Cowboys, Joe Montana threw the game-winning touchdown pass that sportswriters now simply call, “The Catch.” Montana played in four Super Bowls, winning all four, and was named by ESPN as the 25th Greatest Athlete of All Time. Joe took time to visit with David Smoak on [...]
It is a little-heralded fact that many former NFL players lead retirements plagued by pain, headaches, daily suffering and early onset of dementia. Chris Nowinski is the author of “Head Games, Football’s Concussion Crisis”. He and former New England Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson have joined the Boston University School of Medicine Center for the Study [...]
So the question keeps coming up. Why aren’t the Cowboys playing in Super Bowls. David Smoak caught up with former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin and posed that question.
Canada native and former TJC punter Mitch Berger is playing in the Super Bowl. Mitch Berger got his U.S. college football break with the Tyler Junior College Apaches in 1990. Bill Coates caught up with Mitch during Media Day at Super Bowl XLIII.