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Jamal Anderson is a legend. Playing for the Atlanta Falcons he ran for over 1,000 yards in three consecutive years, including putting up over 1,800 yards in 1998 alone. After suffering an injury that sidelined him for all but 2 games in 1999, Jamal returned the following year to eclipse the 1,000 yard mark yet again.
Before taking the NFL by storm, Jamal played for the University of Utah. When it comes to former Ute players showing support for their alma mater there is none more vocal or emotionally invested than Jamal. He is always a welcome site to Ute fans, players and coaches, whether it be in Rice Eccles Stadium or on the sidelines in the Superdome during the Sugar Bowl.
Even though the creator of the “Dirty Bird” has retired from playing football, that doesn’t mean he’s slowing down. Whether he’s giving analysis on CNN, making an appearance on ShopNBC, helping launch and promote a line of stylish watches, or writing his blog over at jamalanderson.com, Jamal always stays busy.
Despite all his projects Mr. Ute himself was kind enough to call into Studio B for an extended interview. In it he breaks down Utah’s first season in the PAC 12 and weighs in on Coach Whitt’s decision to promote Brian Johnson to offensive coordinator. He also looks back at this year’s Superbowl and gives insight that only someone who has played in the big game can give. Is it possible for a player to truly stay focused through all the hype and distractions leading up to the game? Plus Jamal examines the current state of the Atlanta Falcons and shares with us the true origins of the infamous Dirty Bird.
- Check out Jamal’s website at www.jamalanderson.com and check out his blog while you’re there.
- Follow Jamal on Twitter: @jamthedirtybird
- Find Jamal on Facebook
- Check out Imperious, the new line of stylish watches
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