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Dat Nguyen talks Aggies and Cowboys on Radio Row

Dat Nguyen’s resume is impressive. He was an All-American linebacker at Texas A&M. He was the first Vietnamese player in the NFL, playing for seven seasons starting in 1999 for the Dallas Cowboys, earning All-Pro honors. Following retirement, he served as an assistant to Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips and later as an assistant to Mike Sherman at Texas A&M. Dat joined Bill Coates as the lead-off guest on Radio Row at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, talking about success for the Aggies and the persistent lack thereof for the Cowboys.