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BARRY SWITZER’S
LEGACY OF OKLAHOMA FOOTBALL

Coach Switzer visits with his greatest players about his greatest teams, comprising his greatest moments.  All part of the Barry Switzer legacy of Oklahoma Football!

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BARRY SWITZER

Coach Switzer served for 16 years as head football coach at the University of Oklahoma and four years as head coach for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He helped the Cowboys win Super Bowl XXX against the Pittsburgh Steelers and has one of the highest winning percentages of any college football coach in history. Coach Switzer is one of only three head coaches to win both a college football National Championship and a Super Bowl.

MARK RODGERS

Mark grew up in the heartland and brings a lifetime of Oklahoma experience to WWLS – The Sports Animal. The Sooner State native graduated from Blackwell High School and received his degree from the University of Oklahoma. Since 1995, Rodgers has owned and published the state’s most comprehensive football annual, The Oklahoma Pigskin Preview. His travels across the state have earned him a reputation as one of the region’s foremost experts on high school football and college recruiting. Rodgers hosts the “Middle of the Day Show” from 11 am to 2 pm Monday through Friday.

THOMAS LOTT

College and Pro football player who was a running back and return specialist in the National Football League (NFL) and United States Football League (USFL). Thomas played college football at Oklahoma (1975-1978) where he was quarterback and player on the 1975 National Championship team. Thomas played two professional seasons, one each in the NFL for the St. Louis Cardinals and the USFL for the New Jersey Generals, where he enjoyed a successful season returning kickoffs for the Generals, totaling over 1,100 yards.

BILLY SIMS

Billy Sims is an accomplished athlete and successful entrepreneur whose career highlights include numerous high school, collegiate and professional records that still stand today. Sims athletic career began at Hooks, Texas where Sims high school football performance gained national attention. It was here that Sims talent as a running back began to materialize. Sims was highly recruited by many universities, but Sims would ultimately choose the University of Oklahoma.

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