A Football Life
'A Football Life': How Vince Lombardi saved the Packers franchise
In 1959, the Green Bay Packers were in danger of losing their franchise. The Packers hired Lombardi and he immediately brought his tough style into Green Bay and turned the team into a winner. Check out the turnaround.
'A Football Life': Eric Dickerson learns to love football again
After a couple tough seasons and injuries, Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson began to hate the game of football. It would take the back being finally remembered for his accomplishments on the field for him to remember why he fell in love with the sport.
'A Football Life': Dickerson, James create SMU's 'Pony Express'
Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson was the No. 1 running back recruit coming out of high school in the country. He eventually committed to Southern Methodist University, where he shared a backfield with running back Craig James. They went on to create one of the most potent running games of all time, known as the "Pony Express."
'A Football Life': Don Shula evolves into a respected coach
Don Shula began playing football at a young age and went to extreme lengths to make sure he took the field. Take a look at the path that Shula took to become one of the youngest head coaches ever, which includes a life-changing moment in a game against Syracuse.