Doug Williams, the legendary Grambling University quarterback, and the MVP of Super Bowl XXII when he led Washington to a victory over Denver, was the guest on the ‘T-Ramone and ‘Sco’ podcast hosted by veteran sports journalists Tim Turner and Roscoe Nance.
Williams discussed his remarkable career that began in the tiny town of Zachary, La. and took him to the pinnacle of professional football. Williams also talked about the state of Black College football, the impact of famed Grambling coach Eddie Robinson, and the journey of the black quarterback in professional football. Click the link to hear the interview.