Coaching legend Bill Curry and current/inaugural Georgia State University Head Football Coach will be a featured guest on RSG Radio on April 17th along with Lance Leipold of Wisconsin-Whitewater (See Below). In starting their program in 2010, which produced an impressive winning record (6-5) for the Panthers, Curry brought to Georgia State his 17 years of experience as a head coach in the SEC (Alabama/Kentucky) and ACC (Georgia Tech)--including Coach of the Year awards in both leagues. He also enjoyed an All-Pro playing career in the NFL, and, most recently, national notoriety as a college football analyst for ESPN. During his 10 year NFL playing career Curry played for the Green Bay Packers (1965-66), Baltimore Colts (1967-72), Houston Oilers (1973) and the Los Angeles Rams (1974). As a player, Curry participated in three Super Bowls (I, III, V) and two Pro Bowls and was part of three championship teams (1965, 1966 and 1970). As a center, Curry snapped the ball to legendary quarterbacks Bart Starr and Johnny Unitas, and he played for two of the most highly-regarded coaches in professional sports history in Vince Lombardi and Don Shula.
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