Each week on our Dial Global NCAA Football broadcasts, 1995 Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George talks with a fellow winner of college football’s most coveted prize.
In this week’s interview, Eddie speaks with 1976 Heisman winner Tony Dorsett, who became the first player to top 6,000 career rushing yards during four stellar years at Pitt.
Dorsett’s career total of 6,028 yards stood as the all-time leading mark for NCAA running backs for more than 20 years, until Ricky Williams topped it 1998.
The interview is presented by Nissan.
(Listen to Tony Dorsett’s interview with Eddie George)
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