Tuesday, April 10, 2018 @ 7 pm
O. Wayne Rollins Center Gymnasium
When it’s late in the fourth quarter and the game is on the line, he is one of the top quarterbacks you would want under center, calling the play and leading his team to the endzone.
Terry Bradshaw is an NFL Hall of Famer and a four-time Super Bowl champion with the Pittsburg Steelers. Today, he is recognized as one of the preeminent sports personalities serving as co-host and analyst on Fox NFL Sunday. When he’s not being featured on the television screen, Bradshaw can be seen sharing his talents on the big screen in movies such as “Failure to Launch” and the recently released “Father Figures.”
Bradshaw has written five books and recorded six albums of country/western and gospel music. He has even taken the stage to perform with his daughter, Rachel, on The Tonight Show to perform “Everything a Daddy Won’t Say.”It’s not the Super Bowl rings that matter most to Bradshaw; it’s his family, including Rachel and her younger sister, Erin. Some of the most coveted awards came off the field in 1999 when he was named Man of the Year by Big Sisters of America and in 2000 when he was named Father of the Year by the National Father’s Day Council.