E13 Curious Questions with Ricky Williams | Ep. 13 | Football Hall-of-Famer, Earl Campbell!
Curious Questions with Ricky Williams Podcast
On this week's episode of Curious Questions with Ricky Williams, Football Hall-of-Famer, Earl Campbell, stops by to discuss a reminiscent and fulfilling life. Ricky Williams @williams Earl Campbell See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here are some of the headlines we hit on in this episode:The Browns change their name, NFL attendance grows and the Tyler Rose!Come join us at the Pigskin Dispatch website to see even more Positive football news! Sign up to get daily football history headlines in your email inbox @ Email-subscriberWe also feature great music by Mike and Gene Monroe along with Jason Neff & great graphics from time to time from the folks at Gridiron-Uniform Database.Want more Sports History delivered to your ears, come see this podcast and many more at the Sports History Network - The Headquarters of Sports' Yesteryear!We would like to thank the National Football Foundation, Pro Football Hall of Fame, On this day.com and Pro Football Reference Websites for the information shared with you today.
PlayFootball.com's Rewind Wednesday with Earl Campbell
High School Football America
On this edition of PlayFootball.com's Podcast, High School Football America's Jeff Fisher takes you back to his 2017 interview with NFL Legend Ken Houston, who many say is the best strong safety the game has ever seen.Learn more at www.playfootball.nfl.com.
In this episode, Cindy and Holli chat with The Tyler Rose himself, Earl Campbell. Earl Campbell was nicknamed "The Tyler Rose" during is football career because he was raised and got his start in Tyler. He college he played for the Texas Longhorns earning him the Heisman Trophy. He was drafted first by the Oilers in 1978 and went on to have a legendary football career. On and off the field, Earl has made his hometown proud. Learn more about Earl's childhood, his old stomping grounds, and how he really feels about growing up in Tyler, Texas. Recently, Earl began the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award and scholarship awarded at a banquet held in Tyler each year. The award is given to one of the nation's top college offensive player of the year who meets the award's criteria and encourages student athletes to succeed on and off the field while having the drive and the tenacity to persist and overcome adversity and injury in the pursuit of reaching their goals. The Rambling Roses also catch up with last year's Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award winner, J.K. Dobbins. Dobbins is currently the running back for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL. Cindy and Holli catch up with him on all of the successes he has seen over the past year and get his words of wisdom for young athletes. Follow us on social media: @VisitTyler @HolliFourniquet
(S2,E117) In NFL News, the latest covid testing debacle has Amy on a tirade, while Jasmine is ready to welcome Earl Thomas to Dallas with open arms. In Offsides, we've found the answer to enhancing this NFL season's fan experience! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Legendary @NFL HOF RB Earl Campbell joins @SicEm365Radio to talk about the University of Texas decision to name the field after him and Ricky Williams, why now is the right time, & how we look to the future.
Podcast: Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell talks high school football and beyond
High School Football America
On this edition of the High School Football America Podcast, Pro and College Football Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell talks about his high school football days in Tyler, Texas and Coach Ken Dabbs, who recruited Campbell to the University of Texas.
Asher Price and his new book "Earl Campbell - Yards after Contact" 1-30-2020
Shades of Green
Our guest is Austin Texas author and journalist ASHER PRICE who writes about energy and the environment for the Austin American-Statesman. Asher has published three books and we discussed his two latest publications:His latest is a biography of Earl Campbell – Yards after Contact published in the fall of 2019. About racial divides in East Texas, the University of Texas at Austin, and how Earl Campbell became an icon running back for the Houston Oilers, then on to the N.O. Saints to follow Bum PhillipsYear of the Dunk, a memoir published in 2016 about basketball, cancer and the frontiers of human potential and his yearlong quest to slam-dunk a basketball in a 10-foot high rim! The Great Texas Wind Rush – about the historic growth of wind power in Texas. Co-authored with Kate Galbraith in 2013. It is the backstory about how the oil-and-gas state became the country's top producer of wind power.
Interview with Biographer of Earl Campbell, Asher Price
Hopeton Hay Podcasts
On this edition of the KAZI Book REview podcast we're featuring a live interview I did with Asher Price, author of a biography of legendary NFL running back Earl Campbell, who won the Hesiman trophy his senior year at The University of Texas at Austin. The biography isn't just about the football exploits of Campbell. It chronicles the history of integration at The University of Texas at Austin, in particular, the challenge integrating its football team. Asher Price writes about energy, the environment and state politics for the Austin American-Statesman. He is also the author of YEAR OF THE DUNK, a memoir about basketball, cancer and the frontiers of human potential.
Asher Price, "Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact" (U Texas Press, 2019)
New Books in History
Earl Campbell was a force in American football, winning a state championship in high school, rushing his way to a Heisman trophy for the University of Texas, and earning MVP as he took the Houston Oilers to the brink of the Super Bowl. Asher Price's exhilarating blend of biography and history, Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact (University of Texas Press, 2019) chronicles the challenges and sacrifices one supremely gifted athlete faced in his journey to the Hall of Fame. The story begins in Tyler, Texas, and features his indomitable mother, a crusading judge, and a newly integrated high school, then moves to Austin, home of the University of Texas (infamously, the last all-white national champion in college football), where legendary coach Darrell Royal stakes his legacy on recruiting Campbell. Later, in booming, Luv-Ya-Blue Houston, Campbell reaches his peak with beloved coach Bum Phillips, who celebrates his star runner’s bruising style even as it takes its toll on Campbell’s body.Drawing on new interviews and research, Asher Price reveals how a naturally reticent kid from the country who never sought the spotlight struggled with complex issues of race and health. In an age when concussion revelations and player protest against racial injustice rock the NFL, Campbell’s life is a timely story of hard-earned success—and heart-wrenching sacrifice.Paul Knepper is an attorney and writer who was born and raised in New York and currently resides in Austin. He used to write about basketball for Bleacher Report and his currently working on his first book about the New York Knicks Teams of the 1990s is due out next year. You can reach Paul at email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history