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Two-Time Super Bowl Winner Clarence Vaughn co-hosted with Rankin and Schmidt

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Clarence Vaughn was drafted in the eighth round of the 1987 NFL Draft (219th pick overall in the country) by the Washington Redskins. In his first NFL start against the Arizona Cardinals, he accomplished 13 solo tackles. Later that year, in a post-season game against the Minnesota Vikings, Vaughn made a critical play where he sacked Vikings quarterback Wade Wilson. They then went on to win Super Bowl XXII against the Denver Broncos. He went on to win his second Super Bowl in 1992 against the Buffalo Bills, Super Bowl XXVI. Vaughn is currently coaching at Bluffton University under the NFLPA/NCAA program for retired players. In Colorado, he was an assistant football coach in charge of the middle linebackers for Rampart High School. He was the third Super Bowl vet ever to coach high school in Colorado (John Elway with Cherry Creek and Louis Wright with Rangeview are the other two). Vaughn is married with six kids.