Danny White Cowboys Punter & Quarterback
The Dallas Cowboys became the darlings of the NFL and were known as "America's Team" during the 1970's and early 1980's. The rise in popularity was in large part due to their success in the postseason and the colorful personalities that graced their roster. Former QB Danny White joined the BFT to talk about the winning culture and environment of Cowboys.
White won a Super Bowl with the 1977 Dallas Cowboys as the punter & backup QB to Roger Staubach. White became the starting QB for the Cowboys following Staubach's retirement and was successful for a number of years keeping the winning tradition in Dallas alive. White talked about playing in the Super Bowl.
"It's a dream come true for anybody I mean there isn't anybody who plays in that game, that can't say that's it's a dream come true for them."
White and Canzano talk about Super Bowl week and what that experience was like as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
"I just remember being overwhelmed with the attention and the media and the thing about it is there aren't any other games going on and so everybody is focused on you."
White and Canzano talk about the current Dallas Cowboys and their fall from a postseason team to a team of mediocrity.
Click on the link below to listen to the interview with Danny White.