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Get in the Super Bowl spirit with Super Bowl Champion Dan Reeves, at King College
Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 6:30 p.m. Reeves is best known for his 23-year head coaching career
with the Denver Broncos, New York Giants, and Atlanta Falcons in which he amassed
an overall record of 190-165-2.
Prior to his head coaching career, Dan Reeves spent 16 years in the Dallas Cowboys'
organization – five as a player, three as a player/coach, and eight as an assistant
coach. He played or coached in a record nine Super Bowls - five with the Dallas Cowboys,
three with Denver, and one with Atlanta – winning Super Bowl VI as a player for the
A Georgia native, Reeves attended the University of South Carolina, where he played
quarterback from 1962-1964. He was inducted into USC's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1977.
In 1965, Reeves signed as a free agent with the Cowboys. During eight seasons as an
all-purpose back, Reeves amassed 1,990 rushing yards and 1,693 receiving yards. The
Cowboys made the playoffs every year of Reeves' playing career, reaching the Super
Bowl twice and winning Super Bowl VI with a 24-3 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Reeves' coaching career began when he joined the Dallas coaching staff in 1970, taking
on a dual role as player coach for three seasons.
In 1981, Reeves was named head coach of the Denver Broncos. During his 12-year tenure
in Denver, Reeves guided the Broncos to six post-season appearances, including five
divisional titles, three AFC championships and three Super Bowl appearances (Super
Bowl XXI, XXII and XXIV).
In 1993, Reeves left Denver to become head coach of the New York Giants, where he
served as head coach for four seasons and compiled a 31-33 record.
In 1997, Reeves was named head coach of the Falcons, where he coached for seven seasons
and compiled a record of 49-59-1. After going 7-9 his first season, Reeves led Atlanta
to its greatest season in franchise history and was named NFL Coach of the Year in
1998. That year, the Falcons went 14–2 in route to winning its first NFC Championship
and a berth in Super Bowl XXXIII, where they were defeated by the Broncos, 34-19.
After coaching, Reeves became involved with broadcasting and served as a NFL analyst
for Westwood One. He currently resides in the Atlanta, Ga., area with his high school
sweetheart of 46 years, his wife Pam. He and Pam have three children and six grandchildren.
Ticket prices are $35 per individual, $60 per couple, and $250 per table of eight
(table sponsors will be recognized in the program and pre-speech introductions). The
event will be held in King's Maclellan Hall dining room. The cost of admission includes
The proceeds from this event will benefit the Annual Fund for Scholarships Programs,
which is the primary sources for direct scholarship assistance for King students.
640-WXSM Tri-Cities X-treme Sports Monster radio station will be giving away five
sets of two tickets to lucky listeners beginning Saturday, Jan. 14 through Thursday,
To purchase tickets or for more information, contact the King College Office of Development
at 423.652.4864 or email email@example.com. Tickets will be available through January 27, 2012.