Third and a Mile: The History of the Black Quarterback [DVD] [English] [2007]

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Overview

Special Features

  • "Super Bowl XXII Memories" featurette, an extended look at Doug Williams' historic MVP performance
  • Extended interviews: Warren Moon, Randall Cunningham, Vince Evans, Doug Williams, Marlon Briscoe, James Harris
  • Condensed games: Donovan McNabb - Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech (1998), McNabb engineers an unbelievable comeback; Steve McNair - Southern University vs. Alcorn State (1994), McNair breaks the NCAA total offense record; Vince Young - Texas vs. USC (2006 Rose Bowl), Young's last second touchdown gives Texas the national championship; Daunte Culpepper - New Mexico vs. Central Florida (1998)

Synopsis

Third and a Mile: The History of the Black Quarterback
Third and a Mile: The History of the Black Quarterback, adapted from a book by sportswriter William C. Rhoden, traces the history of prejudice faced by African-American athletes who attempted to play quarterback in the NFL. The program showcases many of the celebrated names who helped break down that particular color barrier. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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