Like many men of his generation, Alan Moore left college -- and his football dreams -- behind to serve in the Vietnam War. He could have never imagined that at age 61, he'd not only return to college but to the field. Hear his incredible story.
Rather than regretting the mistakes of his youth for the rest of his life, 59-year-old Mike Flynt decided to suit up and earn his way back onto the college football team he was once booted off.
Bobby's in Big Trouble
News that as many as 25 FSU players -- nearly one-third of the roster -- have been implicated in an academic cheating scandal and will miss the Music City Bowl is big trouble for 78-year-old coaching legend Bobby Bowden.
Jeremy Bloom made his sports dreams come true -- he's a three-time World Champion skiier, two-time Olympian, college football All-American and retired NFL player. And now, he's making lifelong wishes come true for those 80 and older. Find out why.
Harry Da Lucky
The Mafia has a unique way to name people. While everyone has a first name, they anointed all with a first name followed by a nickname. So you might have Sammy Da Gimp or Petey Da Goof. If that can apply to others, then I know Harry Da Lucky.
Harry Da Lucky is a good friend of ours who seems to have all the luck in the world. I'm not sure if it's just that he has the gods watching over him...
Football great Fran Tarkenton's life didn't end when he retired from the game. He found the skills that made him a legend translated well to the business world.
Thom Gossom Jr.
You may not know the name but you probably recognize his face from his various TV and movie roles. But it's what he did in his youth that you need to know about.
Best Week Ever?
By leading the Indianapolis Colts to a Super Bowl win, 52-year-old Tony Dungy became the first African American coach to win the championship. And he joined only two others to win the Super Bowl as both a player and a head coach.
“Hey, I’m home. What’s that I smell?”
“Oh, that? It’s furniture polish. Bought a new kind… finished polishing just as you walked in the door. How was the golf? You and Booger win today?”
"I swear. They oughta make furniture polish that smells like the inside of a new car.”
“You say that about everything. I remember when you told your barber that he needed to invent...
Living in Tony Dungy's Shadow
It's been over a year since Tony Dungy won the Super Bowl. But in the meantime he's written the children's book, "You Can Do It!," a story about his younger brother, Linden.