Alan C. Page
March 19, 2010
Hosted by Garry “G” Cobb and Micah Warren
Minnesota’s first African-American Supreme Court Justice, Alan C. Page, was elected to the court in 1992. He was reelected in 1998 and 2004. Previously, he served as an assistant attorney general and a special assistant attorney general, and was an associate with the Minnesota law firm of Lindquist and Vennum. Page is widely renowned for his former career as a professional football player. Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1988, he is best known for his defensive efforts with the Minnesota Vikings in the 1970s. Page, who attended law school at the University of Minnesota during the height of his football career, is an ardent defender of equal education for children. He is the founder of the Page Education Foundation, which assists minority youth with post secondary education.
G Cobb In The House
Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel
G. Cobb In The House is a show that goes inside the world of sports. We’ll examine what happens in the locker room, clubhouse and behind the scenes. We’ll talk to and about players, front office personnel, agents and everybody who is involved in the goings on around sports. We will have guests who are in the middle of the news and the sports scene. At times we will make news and break news stories on the show. It’s always exciting and always full of energy. You’ll hear legitimate arguments between G.Cobb and his guests.
Garry “G” Cobb and Micah Warren
Garry “G” Cobb is a former NFL star who has transitioned successfully into a sports radio and television broadcaster. His 11-year career began in 1979 included six years with the Detroit Lions, three years with the Philadelphia Eagles and two years with the Dallas Cowboys.
With the Eagles, Cobb played for some of the most popular defenses in team history. Lining up next to Hall of Famer Reggie White and superstar quarterback Randall Cunningham, Cobb helped terrorize opposing offenses under the immortal Buddy Ryan.
Cobb had his best day as a pro against the Atlanta Falcons when he registered four sacks, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery, earning him Sports Illustrated’s “NFL Defensive Player of the Week.” His four-sack performance was the Eagles single-game record until Clyde Simmons racked up four and a half in a game a few years later.
After his football career, Cobb became a popular talk show host on Sportsradio WIP in 1991. He became known as G. Cobb and has developed quite a following amongst sports fans who have come to know him as the authority on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cobb was previously a sports anchor and reporter on CBS 3 television in Philadelphia for eight years. He created GCobb.com, an Eagles-heavy sports website that is known amongst the mainstream Philly sports media as a “must-read.” He writes a weekly newspaper columnist in the Philadelphia Bulletin, and is also a regular on Comcast Sportsnet.