Learn more about the people and businesses in Westwood as Tom Leyden hosts a series of one-on-one conversations.
EPISODE V: 1973 (Bob Griese)
Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Griese joins Tom and Butch as they tell the story of the 1973 NFL season. The 1973 Dolphins completed a two-year stretch of dominance that will ilkely never the course of twars, Miami finished with a 32-2 record and two Super Bowl titles.
Tom Leyden and Butch Stearns are joined by Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Griese as they tell the story of the 1972 NFL season. The Dolphins bounced back from their Super Bowl VI loss to the Cowboys to go undefeated and beat the Washington Redskins 14-7 in Super Bowl VII.
Tom Leyden and Butch Stearns are joined by Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Lilly as they tell the story of the 1971 NFL season. The Cowboys finally broke through to win their first championship after knocking on the door so many times in the late 60s and early 70s.
Tom and Butch discuss the 1970 NFL season, the first year all 26 teams from the AFL and NFL played together. They're joined by Bill Curry, who played for the Super Bowl Champion Colts, and Dr. Brad Schultz, author of "The NFL: Year One: The 1970 Season and the Dawn of Modern Football."
Tom Leyden and Butch Stearns welcome former Packers legend Jerry Kramer to the premiere episode of Tom Leyden's History of Football. Tom and Butch cover the "Pre-Merger Era" of the NFL, from 1958 to 1969, when the Packers dominated the landscape and the AFL came of age.