Thursday • July 18
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Howard Schellenberger
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Howard Schnellenberger learned his trade from two of the all-time greats, Paul "Bear" Bryant and Don Shula. He saved football at two proud universities. He launched football at a third. He has sent more than 60 college stars on to professional football careers. His stories about those players and the secrets to his remarkable success are the subject of his new memoir Passing the Torch: Building Winning Football Programs...with a Dose of Swagger Along the Way. He shares some of those stories in an entertaining interview with Elliot and David.
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Sports and Torts: Howard Schnellenberger Part 1
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Sports and Torts: Howard Schnellenberger Part 2
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Howard Schnellenberger
Howard Schnellenberger learned his football tactics as a player for “Bear” Bryant and Blanton Collier at the University of Kentucky. He served as an assistant to Bryant at Alabama, moved on to pro ball as an assistant to George Allen (Rams) and Don Shula (Dolphins). He was head coach of the Baltimore Colts from 1973-74. He and his wife Beverlee have three sons: Stephen, Stuart and Tim. Stuart was a tight end/center on his father’s 1983 national championship team. Grandchildren are Teather Ann, Joey and Marcus.

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