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In Memory Of:
We met Kevin shortly after he was diagnosed with ALS. We were blessed to have Kevin on the show a few times until the disease robbed him of his speech. His courage, dignity, and spirit through his battle continue to be an inspiration to us every day. Kevin's spirit is a part of every show.
Terry Glenn was a weekly guest on the show in 2014. He was our original prognostication expert, joining us for our 5 Star Picks of the Week. Terry overcame a horrible childhood, in an out of foster homes, never feeling wanted by anybody, to become one of the best WRs in the game. Terry was an even greater individual off the field, as he worked with disadvantaged children who are growing up in similar circumstances as he did. The sense of loss we feel as a result of his sudden and tragic passing will never leave us. His spirit will always be a part of the show.
Kwamie joined us in 2016 and 2017. His enthusiasm struck us immediately. His insights were outstanding and he was a joy to have as part of the show. On the field, he was a very underrated DB. He had 25 INTs including 8 in 1998 and 9 in 2001. He had over 100 in tackles in 1999 (103) and 2001 (112), yet somehow he was never named to the Pro Bowl. Off the field, Kwamie also made an impact on his community through his T.A.C.K.L.E. Foundation and Quest for a Cure that helps children facing health challenges such as Sickle Cell, Cancer, and Childhood Obesity. His loss is tragic and far reaching. We will miss him and his spirit.
No one could suck the oxygen out of the room like Rusty Hilger could. His energy and enthusiasm were second to none. Rusty guided Oklahoma State to it's first ever 10 win season back in 1984. He was drafted by the Raiders in 1985 and became the first Raiders rookie QB to enter a game and throw at TD pass. In 1987 he became the youngest starting QB in Raiders history. In 1988, despite not being signed until the 6th game of the season, he was named the Lions Offensive MVP. Rusty immediately became a favorite of ours on the show because of his personality and enthusiasm. He was also so much fun to have as part of the show. He was a part of our inaugural Guest Hall of Fame class. We enjoyed him so much and will miss everything about him. RIP in peace 12. You were truly a gift to all of us.