THIS WEEK ON THE PAT SUMMERALL SHOW
November 13, 2007
Hosted by Pat Summerall
Pat discussed whether or not the gap between the AFC and NFC was shrinking due to the Indianapolis loss and the great play from Dallas and Green Bay. In Segment two, Pat had a face to face interview with Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Romo talked about the difficulties of playing in the NFL, as well as what it is like to be worth just over 11 Million dollars per year. Finally, Pat talked about the Texas Tech head coach Mike Leach and whether or not his criticism of college referee's was legit. In closing, Pat discussed how to keep NFL players out of trouble...is there something that can be done before they get into the league? All that as well as Pats Picks and Summeralls Super Six on The Pat Summerall Show week 10!
The Pat Summerall Show
Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel
In memory of Pat Summerall, who passed away April 16, 2013, VoiceAmerica Sports is making available the archives of The Pat Summerall Show, combining 45 years of broadcasting experience with over 60 years in the football stadium. Each week, Pat Summerall brought on guests that no other host could offer. Pat took you inside the locker room after the game and in the broadcast booth after the mic’s were turned off. Summerall also offered up opinions on the day's sports headlines and athletes. Thanks to his many years in the business, Summerall's opinions were based on real life experiences and face-to-face meetings with athletes such as Terrell Owens, Jack Nicklaus and Troy Aikman. It was an irreverent look at some of the most prominent figures in sports history. We are pleased to once again offer the archives of the Pat Summerall Show on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel.
George Allen "Pat" Summerall (born May 10, 1930 in Lake City, Florida and passed away April 16, 2013) was an American football player and well-known television sportscaster, having worked at CBS, FOX, and, briefly, ESPN. Summerall was best known for his work with John Madden on CBS and FOX's NFL telecasts, and in 1999 he was inducted into the American Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame. Summerall also spent 10 years as a professional football player in the National Football League.